Teach children how to upcycle dried-out markers with this homemade paint-making activity!
Here's a fun family activity: have your child make a cameo appearance by creating and drawing on their own silhouettes!
Take some inspiration from the past and create some wood block prints with your fourth grader.
Help your fourth grader design a first class postage stamp for a hero who stood up for the dignity of people from all walks of life.
Celebrate autumn by making a beautiful pastel art piece with corn as its theme.
Help your child to make a beautiful Africa mask to help her reinforce important spatial and compositional skills.
Inspire a love for the written word by creating an illustrated nature poetry book with your kids.
Show your fourth grader how to design and print his own chop, a Chinese "signature" of sorts that uses calligraphic characters or motifs.
Give your fourth grader a head start in poetry with a simile writing activity that guides him in crafting a cute poem about the beloved family pet.
Help your fourth grader make a homemade recipe book that's eye-catching, simple to construct and perfect for holding all of her favorite recipes!
Help your fourth or fifth grader design and write their own innovative greeting card by formulating a poem in the shape of their favorite object of choice.
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.
Frida Kahlo was a famous Mexican painter. In this activity, your child can put pick up a paintbrush and create a self-portrait inspired by this renowned artist.
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 Andy Warhol and his famous portraits with your child by creating your own self-portrait in his trademark style.
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!
Why pay for expensive plates when you can paint original designs on your own dishes? This fun activity will bring out your kid's creative side.
Make an initiation shield like the ones from the Kikuyu tribe in Africa for an art project.
Channel your inner shaman with a shaman stick made from recycled paper towel rolls and cereal boxes!
Want to get your fortune told? Step right up and make your own fortune teller box out of a shoe box!
Teach your fourth grader foreshortening, a type of visual perspective in art with this fun and easy activity!
In this activity, your child will reference Matisse and also learn about patterns.
This art exercise is great way to help kids learn how to see just like a professional painter, while experimenting and having fun with monochromatic color!
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!
Batik is a traditional Indonesian craft, which uses a technique of drawing wax on fabric to create patterns before dying.