Take some inspiration from the past and create some wood block prints with your fourth grader.
Your child will be delighted to create a sweet painting in the style of pop artist Wayne Thiebaud!
Your child can experience what it was like for Michelangelo while he was painting his masterpiece with the use of the kitchen table â and some imagination!
Play Exquisite Corpse with your high schooler to give her a taste of French Surrealism while working collaboratively to create unique and funky pieces of art!
This watercolor batik craft uses negative space to create a unique and beautiful pattern that has been used by artists for centuries.
Make an initiation shield like the ones from the Kikuyu tribe in Africa for an art project that gets kids to reflect!
Inspired by Charles Kaufman's crushed can art, this activity lets kids make their own unique works of art using, you guessed it, crushed cans and paint!
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.
Using butcher paper, ink and charcoal, your child will explore ancient motifs such as buffalo, bison and hunters, creating their very own cave painting.
Forget mass-produced, store bought holiday ornaments. Your fifth grader can usher in the holidays by making his own homemade marbled Christmas balls!