This imaginative art activity will help your child to better understand symmetry and explore color and shape.
Here's an arts and crafts activity that has your preschooler or pre-kindergartener bringing home the beach with this underwater beach scene.
Help your child learn about the science of color mixing and primary and secondary colors with this experimental art activity.
Craft a pirate telescope using an old paper towel roll, and get ready for some goofy pirate adventures!
With a little guidance from parents, youngsters can create a Christmas tree using their thumb as a stamp.
This engaging, fun, pattern resist painting is inspired by your little one's love of shapes.
Let your kid have fun painting by blowing the paint around on the paper rather than using a paintbrush. The result will be a fabulously abstract piece of art!
These homemade thumbprint cards are as personalized as it gets, and your child will love using his prints to make holiday magic! Here's how:
Your preschooler will have a great time painting on a foil background to create a stunning, shiny work of art!
Preschoolers can ply their creativity making recycled egg carton masks in this clever eco-friendly arts and crafts activity.
Why spend money on fingerpaint when you can make your own? With this recipe, you can stew up your kid's favorite colors right in your kitchen.
Want to create some really unusual artwork and introduce your little artist to color combining? Try out some bubble painting!
Here's a fun way for your preschooler to practice making predictions. Shake up marbles covered in paint to see what colorful design you'll make!
What if your child couldn't see the pictures of a picture book? In this activity, she'll listen to a story without looking at the images, and create her own.
Featuring plenty of good old fashioned squishy, gooey fun without the mess, this compromise of an art project is sure to please little ones and grown-ups alike.