Kids Art Videos on The Artful Parent YouTube Channel

Art in Action with Kids Art Videos

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Kids Art Videos on The Artful Parent YouTube Channel

Hello, my friends!

You may have noticed that I’ve dipped my toes into video lately.

After years of wanting to make art videos but being scared of the format (it must be too hard, etc), I was finally convinced by my friend Ana of Babble Dabble Do to give it a try. Her science and arts videos are so lovely.

So, I finally made one! And then another. And another.

I’m hooked!

There’s definitely a learning curve to video and I’m still very much on it, but I’m having a blast.

And I just love how video captures art in action.

I like photographs and blog posts and will continue to do those as well, of course, but some art activities are so much better captured or demonstrated by video that I’m going to be using it more and more on The Artful Parent.

I hope you’ll hop on over to see some of the videos I’ve created so far…

And subscribe to my YouTube channel!

If you have any comments or feedback for me, or just an idea for a video, please let me know in the comments below.

Thank you!

P.S. If you’re into kids art videos (or other kids’ activities), Rachelle from Tinkerlab put together a list of good YouTube channels to check out.

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    Ana
    June 30, 2015 at 7:08 am

    Jean your videos are amazing! I’m thrilled you are hooked because you have a wonderful eye for catching action and art on film!!! Love your channel too!

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      Jean Van't Hul
      June 30, 2015 at 9:03 am

      Thanks so much, Ana! That means a lot coming from you. :)

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    Lisa
    June 30, 2015 at 7:35 am

    Love the videos very much (so do my kids)!

    I am not a blogger but just like with your art projects, I am feeling inspired to make a video also! Are their any apps or resources you recommend to create the videos? We sometimes use flipogram and storykit to create little stories of our day (or a vacation) or to send when one parent is away.

    P.s. Love the Babble Dabble Do videos also!

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      Jean Van't Hul
      June 30, 2015 at 9:04 am

      So glad you like them, Lisa!

      And yes, making videos is fun! I use windows movie maker for my videos as I have a PC, but I know lots of people like iMovie and also that you can make videos completely from your phone (and use the iMovie app) if you want. Give it a try!

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