Autumn is a wonderful time of year for kids to try “Painting with Nature”. This simple process art technique allows kids to explore and create textures and patterns in a fun, open-ended and hands-on way, creating unique and interesting art.
Squishy, squelchy, oozy, colourful…we LOVE finger paints and totally ignore people who say it’s just for babies and toddlers!
Here’s a super homemade edible finger paint recipe that kids of all ages will adore exploring. As it’s a “taste safe” finger paint recipe it is great for the very young but its wonderful texture and bright colours makes it a fantastic sensory art experience that big kids will enjoy just as much too!
Have you ever printed with tissue paper before? You will love how bright and colourful the results are. Printed Tissue Paper Art is a fantastic process art technique for kids of all ages and such fun to do too!
I love offering kids paint experiences that go beyond the standard use of a paint brush. This week we’ve been enjoying painting with marbles and every color of the rainbow! Kids just adore experimenting with painting and color mixing in a new and physical way, it’s such a fun and dynamic way to create vibrant art!
Rainbow Sponge Painting – fun rainbow art for kids that explores colour mixing, blending and textures.
We’ve been using fabric paints and markers in this colourful and fun art project for kids. A great way for children to work with textiles that doesn’t involve sewing!
Wax leaf rubbings are a fun art project for kids that lots of you will already be familiar with but I wanted to take this traditional art process a step further.
I loved the idea of the children being able to combine leaf rubbing with leaf painting and hence this Wax Resist Leaf Painting art project for kids was born!
Have fun Pumpkin Painting with the whole family this Halloween. It’s the perfect safe and easy alternative to pumpkin carving for children.