Fourth grade art
Teach your fourth grader foreshortening, a type of visual perspective in art with this fun and easy activity!
Show your child how to paint in true Georgia O'Keeffe style. He'll enjoy painting art inspired by a master, and boost his math skills, too.
Choose a design that is as simple or as intricate as you like and create a stencil that you can use over and over again.
Get in gear for Easter with this letter maze that teaches the alphabet and challenges kids at the same time.
Using low-tech supplies and a little extra ingenuity you can help your fourth grader create this unique, heartfelt Valentine card.
Repurpose those plastic shopping bags hiding in your house into a fun and exciting decoration your child can hang in her room!
Vincent van Gogh painted golden hued pictures of the harvest using bold lines and vibrant color. Your child can explore this style of art using oil pastels.
With this butterfly handprint craft, your child will have a fun, sensory experience while exploring the wide world of butterflies.
This folk art painting lets kids develop watercolor and painting techniques with scenes of everyday life.