Are your kids always stuffing their pockets with pebbles and rocks? If you’ve got a little Nature collector then you’ll love these 20+ Awesome Fun Rock Crafts For Kids. Whatever their interests and ages we’ve got rock activities to suit everyone.
Have you tried Shake Painting before? We LOVE it! It gets the kids up and active and is virtually mess free! With this Cute Snail Rock Craft kids get to shake out their wiggles and fidgets and create some beautifully painted rocks that make perfect snail shells! Grab your rocks, your kids and your wiggles and let’s get making cute snails. It is so much fun and each one is unique!
Painting can be a wonderfully creative and sensory experience for kids. HANDPRINT RAINBOW PAINTING lets children get really “hands-on” with paints and explore colour mixing and blending. A super fun and colourful art experience for St Patrick’s Day and weather study themes.
COLOURFUL HEART WINDOW CLINGS – Kids from toddlers to tweens will love this fun process art project. It’s a gorgeous Valentine’s Day craft and perfect for Mother’s Day gifts too. You won’t be able to resist smiling when you see these on your windows.
Fancy some gorgeous leaf art for the walls? Kids will love making vibrant leaf prints with this POP ART LEAF PRINTING technique. It takes a classic Autumn painting activity from “meh’ to “WOW!”
Here are 20 fantastic Must Do Fall Art Projects that will get you excited to grab the red, orange and yellow paints and explore autumn colours in lots of new and exciting ways!
Swing, spin, drip, splatter…we LOVE this LEGO® Pendulum Painting activity and just know that you will too! It’s from a brand new book I can’t wait for you to see…”The Unofficial Guide To Learning With LEGO”. Bursting with over 100 ways to create, play and learn with LEGO this book is a must have!
Have you got any old CD’s lying around? Kids can have loads of fun with old CDs making COLOURFUL CD SCRATCH ART. It’s a fabulous recycled and process art opportunity. These look great hanging as a mobile or why not varnish them for drink coasters?