This is a fun, tactile art project where tearing paper produces art that makes a great gift for Mother's Day, Father's Day and Valentine's Day!
Learn about Ikebana, or the Japanese art of flower arranging, with your child while artfully arranging spring flowers!
In Japan, ozoni is one of the main dishes eaten on New Year's Day. Here's how to make this delicious traditional dish with your teen.
With this activity, kids make their own windsock in the shape of a koi fish using a 2-liter soda bottle and some bright paint.
Encourage your child to learn about the Japanese culture as you make a traditional Japanese fan out of paper.
Jump into Japanese culture with your child by making your own calligraphy scroll. Try your hand at painting kanji on paper just like Zen masters of old!
Make this dragon relief with your first grader to celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and teach her about an important part of Chinese culture.
Create a beautiful pop-up paper lantern and will serve as the perfect decoration at your next party.
Teach your fifth grader the ancient Japanese art of origami with this incredible origami balloon that uses just one piece of paper!