Marble rolling makes great spiderwebs for Halloween decorations and a fun Halloween craft project for kids.
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Coffee filter spiderwebs are an easy-to-make DIY Halloween decoration. It makes a great kids craft for Halloween, too.
As a parent, I like kids’ toys and tools that are open ended and can be used a variety of ways. I want children to be able to shape their play and environment according to their own ideas and imagination. Which is why I am an incredibly huge fan of Fort Magic. This is a sponsored post (Thank you, […]
Today, I’m going to share five fun and interesting mandala art activities that kids can do. A mandala is a circular structure with radial symmetry, meaning that the design radiates out symmetrically from the center. It is one of nature’s more wonderful and perfect configurations. You can find mandalas in flowers, tree rings, the sun, eyes, snowflakes, spiderwebs, sea […]
In case you’re looking for some Easter crafts for kids, here are a bunch of fun ideas that we’ve done over the years, including Easter eggs of all kinds, birds’ nests, suncatchers, and more. I fully believe in open-ended, process-oriented art activities for kids. But! We really enjoy our holiday craft projects, too. Some of which […]
Written by Jeanette Nyberg Tangle doodling like Zentangle® is perfect any time of year, but throw in the wonderful symbols of Halloween-time and you have the perfect starting point for an easy Zentangle for kids. I’ve found that kids tend to have shorter attention spans than adults. Have you noticed this at all? No? Okay, […]
Watercolor paints are one of our favorite art materials, partly because of how adaptable they are. There are so many techniques and different kinds of art activities that you can do with them! Out of all the art techniques you can do with watercolor paint, watercolor resist is my favorite (although the kids might argue for shaving cream […]
Marble painting is always a favorite kids art activity! We’ve done it on our own as well as for playdates and the larger toddler art group. We have created individual-sized marble paintings and larger group marble paintings. And we’ve even done a similar painting activity with playground balls in the swimming pool. It’s not painting marbles (although […]