Artsy Fun for Kindergarteners

Tea leaves, Andy Warhol, Rorschach tests ... These aren't your normal art projects for kids. But they are tons of fun and can introduce your child to new techniques. Complete all 10 and let your child set up a mini art museum in your house!

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Make an Oil Sun Catcher

Make an eye catching sun catcher with your child that not only brightens any window but also builds his fine motor skills and creativity.
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Make Andy Warhol-Inspired Prints

Introduce your kindergartener to some art history by showing him how to create an everyday object print, Andy Warhol-style.
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Make an Abstract Tea Leaf Painting

Most people throw out soaked tea bags after use, but artists know a secret--tea bags can be a great medium for creating one-of-a-kind modern art.
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Make a Rock Salt Mosaic

Is your kindergartener getting tired of the standard art supplies? How about making a mosaic? This recipe is kinder safe, no broken glass involved!
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Make Stained Glass Crayons

Here's how to use crayon scraps to make beautiful stained glass window hangings.
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Impressionist Painting for Kids

Have your preschooler paint like Monet, and build crucial handwriting skills at the same time!
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Dinosaur Activity: Stegosaurus Silhouette

Travel back to the Jurassic age with this creative dinosaur activity that would make a great addition to any wall or fridge.
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Paint Blots

This fingerpaint version of the classic Rorschach stumper is sure to be an artistic treat for your kindergartener!
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Make Your Own Glitter

Make homemade glitter to add glamor and glitz to art projects galore.
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