Painting Crafts and Drawing Crafts

Many great painting and drawing crafts can be found here. These fun crafts will bring out creativity around painting and drawing.

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Ever wonder where paint comes from? This recipe works well with preschoolers because of its consistency and its natural nontoxicity.
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Promote your child's appreciation for Jackie Robinson, an important figure in African-American history, by having her create her own baseball card!
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This imaginative art activity will help your child to better understand symmetry and explore color and shape.
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Using only the elements in your backyard, make paintbrushes with your child and create truly homemade works of art.
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Few architectural features are as recognizable as the Russian onion dome. In this project, your kid will recreate the striking beauty of this roof-top marvel.
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This hanging wall pot made from homemade clay is a perfect arts and crafts activity for preschoolers.
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Use marbles and paint to explore the wild world of shapes and color...and build writing strength, too.
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This fun art activity gets your child to create background and foreground elements, building his art skills and creative development.
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Introduce your kindergartener to some art history by showing him how to create an everyday object print, Andy Warhol-style.
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Your kindergartener will make prints of his favorite fruits and vegetables and learn how to organize and assemble his very own book.
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Help your high school revive some Renaissance history with art by making a silverpoint sketch. In this activity, make your own stylus and special paper.
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The words of great thinkers throughout the ages have changed the course of history. Have your kid find an inspiring quote and create a work of art around it.
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Your child can experiment with pouring paint, just like Frankenthaler, which encourages her design abilities and creativity!
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Create an outer space painting with chalk, water and black paper in this art project that explores the solar system.
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Light up the night by making this silhouette candle holder. The silhouettes may cause a bit of a fright, but they'll also help you avoid the monsters.
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This paper alternative to tie-dye is faster, easier, and (slightly) less messy, only requiring paper, white crayons, and a little imagination.
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Your child might have noticed how bubbles quickly lose their colors and pop. Check out this creative way to make those bubbles last longer.
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Have your student draft a blueprint for a haunted house, and trick (or treat) them into learning about geometry in the process.
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Learn about the beautiful Indian art of Madhubani painting with this fun and creative project.
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During Chinese New Year festivities, you see lanterns everywhere. Your child can make her very own red and gold lanterns to display at home.

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