Kids art corner
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As a kid, some of my fondest memories are from when my mom and I would do art projects together. She would gather her crafting supplies and we’d sit at the dining room table for hours painting, coloring, gluing, and making everything sparkle. Mostly I remember making holiday decorations and crafts—painting Christmas ornaments (which we
These DIY Kids Art Displays may be a great way to clear the clutter and show your kids how much you love their creativity. Today I am going to share some great ideas for DIY Kids Art Displays in your home.
Happy Friday, friends! It’s time for a new room in the house to talk about. We’ve covered most of the main rooms in the house. This month we’re focusing on an extra space that you may have, or may want to have: a playroom! In our home we have a bonus room which is a ... Read More about Creative Art Stations for Kids
Rebecca Rothermich saved to eventually...
As Addilyn has gotten older, she has become more and more interested in arts and crafts! Coloring, painting, stickers, glue, pompoms — you name it, she loves it. We have had such a special time together getting to work on art projects and grow her creativity, so it only felt natural to create a litt
Jamie Naupari saved to Homeschool
A big reveal of Eleanor's new kids art center: a new desk, Ikea storage, and a fun gallery wall! A new open area for kids to create to their hearts content!
Jamie Doherty saved to For home
While a playroom isn't a new concept for kids, I wanted to reimagine what a playroom meant for my kids. Since my kids love creating and crafting, it made most sense for their playroom to truly become...a kids’ craft room!
Oh Joy saved to For the Home
When Mia was really little I would just point out different colours in books and all around us. But about month ago I decided to start using the Montessori Colour Tablets to provide more invitations to colour sort and to highlight this language, specifically the primary colours: red, yellow, and blue. When working with colour, it’s important to ...
Maria Montessori believed that art was a natural creation universal to the human species — each culture developed its own art as a means of expression. Because art serves as a way of expressing on…
An organized art station for kids: A fun way to organize all art supplies in one place.
Sandy Bumgardner saved to Playroom