Bring Art History to Life!
Show your fifth grader how to create a vivid and colorful, Picasso-inspired, 3-D mask.
This activity teaches your third grader how to make a paper cut-out still life, in true Matisse-style.
Help your child make a papier mache bowl, based on Egyptian Faience ceramics techniques which date back to 3500 B.C
Use marbles and paint to explore the wild world of shapes and color...and build writing strength, too.
Have your child practice one of the oldest art forms in a modern way. She'll make her own Aboriginal dot painting, deriving inspiration from her dreams!
Give your kid a go at making art like master painter Michelangelo did on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel...by making her own colorful angel!
Learn to mix colors and paint a masterpiece of dots, with this art activity that takes a page from Georges Seurat and pointillism!
Using butcher paper, ink and charcoal, your child will explore ancient motifs such as buffalo, bison and hunters by creating her very own cave painting.
Kids learn about pointillism as they make their own self-portrait in the style of famed American artist Chuck Close.
This fun art activity will get your child's creative juices flowing and will teach her about shapes, pattern and texture along the way.
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.
Learn about the beautiful Indian art of Madhubani painting with this fun and creative project.
Have your high-schooler immerse himself in art history with this hands-on lesson.
Help your child make a cubist self-portrait while he boosts his math and spatial skills with this fun lesson in art history!
Ancient Greek vases were not only utilitarian, they were also works of art. Jump into ancient cultures by decorating your own vase in classic Greek style.
Make a construction paper mobile inspired by the work of Alexander Calder in this kindergarten arts and crafts activity.
Learn about Andy Warhol and his famous portraits with your child by creating your own self-portrait in his trademark style.
Make beautiful print block art with your kids using recycled materials.
Spark your child's interest in art history by helping her create her own patterned self portrait inspired by the work of Austrian artist Gustav Klimt.
In this activity, your child will reference Matisse and also learn about patterns.