Nothing is quite as inspiring as a new box of crayons… Discover how Jill, from A Mom With a Lesson Plan, used a new box of crayons to encourage her kids to write their own stories.
She started out …
We have all seen recycled crayons in various different designs but I thought these ones were worthy of a blog post. Using a gem mold, these adorable Crayons would be perfect for a little Princess or Pirate. They would make …
This tutorial shows you how to make fun space themed art work. This project is suitable for all ages as the skill level will vary with each child’s drawing ability.
You will need
White Chalk or White Pastels
This is such a great idea for allowing your kids to get a great visual of all the color options they have with their crayons. My favorite part of her post is the pictures of her son taking the crayons …
How cool is this craft? I can just see a teacher doing this with a classroom full of students with their eyes open wide just waiting for the beautiful outcome of the melting crayons….who’s in? Me, Me!! Visit whatever, …
How adorable is this craft..and its earth friendly! Gather up your little itty bitty pieces of crayons that are all over your house, or in your craft box, or if you’re house is like my house…in your couch!
Head on …
Looking for something to do on this wonderful Fourth of July? How about sandpaper art? The results are similar to pointilism, and the drawing options are endless! Come Together Kids shows you exactly how its done!…
I’ll give an up front disclaimer…do this craft with your children while you have the time to give them your undivided attention, and you are sure that this is something your children are capable of. I will leave it up …
V and Co. shows you an oldie but goodie craft that your kids will love….parental involvement is a definite must due to the need for an iron. Head on over to see how to make these beautiful leaves and teach …
This craft by Mama Jenn is perfect for teaching your children about the Earth. The technique is tried and true, but the outcome is amazing!
Homespun Light had her son make paper Easter eggs and then she put them in a basket on the wall!! So cute!
This project would be so great for a imagination art lesson! Kids can be so creative with their color choice, button placement etc… Click on over to Think Crafts to see how to do it!
After the holidays, you might be wondering what to do with all of those extra TP rolls…here’s your answer…a play car! Check out how Serene and her children do it here!