Rainy Day Painting
Create your very own creepy, haunted castle sitting in a turbulent field of flowing grass, eerily surrounded by dark, ominous clouds.
Fireworks are such an exciting part of part of summer festivities, but it's sad when the show is over. Keep them alive all year long with watercolor fireworks.
Show your high schooler how to celebrate Mary Cassatt, an Impressionist painter, by creating a mother-child painting in her style.
Put your individual fingerprint on the 100th Day of School (literally!) with this activity.
Show your preschooler how to make a print of a butterfly using her hand as a tool--a great way to stimulate her sense of touch.
Use marbles and paint to explore the wild world of shapes and color...and build kindergarten writing strength, too.
Introduce your kindergartener to some art history by showing him how to create an everyday object print, Andy Warhol-style.
Celebrate the changing seasons with this fun, hands-on art activity that will teach your child about the different colors of the seasons.
Help your preschooler begin reading and writing the printed word by connecting simple letter recognition exercises with this easy art project: alphabet trees!
Blend art and science in this hands-on activity that shows your kindergartener how primary colors combine to make secondary colors.
If your preschooler loves creepy crawlies, help him better understand the science of insects by researching them to create cute fingerprint bugs!
Create fun and imaginative works of art by using trucks to paint on paper in this preschool arts and crafts activity.
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.
This engaging, fun, pattern resist painting is inspired by your little one's love of shapes.
Create colorful paintings using the turntable on an old record player, and help your child experiment with color and movement!
In this fun activity, frozen cubes of paint provide your preschooler with a cool new way to paint a masterpiece.
You don't need to shell out big bucks to keep them in fingerpaint. With this recipe, you can stew up their favorite colors, right in your own kitchen.
Here's a fun painting activity that lets your preschoolers blow the paint around on the paper rather than using a paintbrush. Here's how to get started:
Your preschooler will have a great time painting on a foil background to create a stunning, shiny work of art!
Teach your child how to create lots and lots of line designs by wrapping string around wooden blocks, and using them to create line-filled prints.
Want to create some really unusual paintings? With a small container of bubbles and some paint, kids can put soap suds to work, and make some beautiful prints.
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!