The children in art class experience what it's like to draw with their feet and mouths (and elbows!). This is not only a fun, action art experience, but it gives them a new appreciation and gratefulness for their hands.
Idea by Hannah Hendrickson, Art Teacher. Examples of Kindergarten buildings! Kindergarteners glued popsicle sticks together to create buildings. Once dry, they painted them using tempera paint. They then traced their buildings onto black construction paper, cut them out, colored them in using oil pastels, and glued the paper and buildings together.
Printing with Gelli Arts®. Among my favorite combs are those made from eraser caps! Placing the eraser cap on a pencil first makes it easier to handle while cutting. Work on a cutting surface, and use a craft knife to cut tiny V-shaped notches in the tip of the eraser. This creates a versatile mini-comb!
Kids Craft Butterfly Stained Glass Suncatcher Kit with Birds, Bees, Using Tissue paper, Arts and Crafts Kids Activity, project
Kids Craft Butterfly Stained Glass Suncatcher Kit with Birds, Bees, Using Tissue paper, Arts and Crafts Kids Activity, project could use overhead projector paper and black construction paper and tissue paper strips/pieces
A few months back I went to a local thrift store and found this gigantic framed canvas for 5.95. Yes, 5.95! I know. It’s insane. I snatched it right up and hauled that baby home and look what happened! Art. Big, fabulous, kid made art that lead to dancing, leaps of joy and some hardcore focus(...)
Repainting Thrift Store Canvases for Kid Made Art - Meri Cherry
My kids get so much out of playing with these art dice. Toss the dice and draw what you see. It helps them build their visual vocabulary while being a fun way to spend an afternoon. The post has a link to a free downloadable paper dice template, in case you don't have blank wooden blocks to paint on. Art Games: Invite your Child to Draw with Art Dice | Tinkerlab.com