Four kids and years of teaching art mean I’ve sampled a lot of art supplies. These supplies are my favorites toddler art supplies for providing quality creative exploration opportunities for your littles artist! Whether you can’t tolerate any mess or you’re a free spirited mama that doesn’t mind a little clean up you’ll find something for you!
The terms shape and form might seem like they are interchangeable in the world of art. Not so. In fact, I designed this free digital course to help your kiddos get first hand experience with identifying shape and form in art. They’ll also get a hands on tutorial on how to turn a shape into a form through a simple pencil drawing tutorial.
The elements of art are building blocks for learning to make, write, and talk about any kind of art. Whether you’re an art teacher, a classroom teacher, or a homeschool mama starting off the elements with a little color theory is an easy and fun place to start!
Valentine’s Day crafts are a tradition at my house. All things hearts and lace are too sweet to pass up on in the dreariest month of the year. These printable Valentine’s Day headbands are a fun and easy Valentine’s Day craft that your little one can wear!
These free printable Valentine’s day coloring pages and drawing prompts are a fun and easy way to add a little creativity to the day. Grab some markers, crayons, or colored pencils and settle in for a little creative relaxation!
The elements of art definitions are, well, pretty basic. Any older elementary student should be familiar with these concepts. Most kids will know these terms even if they don’t formally recognize them as special “elements of art!”
What is growth mindset? Growth mindset has kind of become the mantra of our little homeschool and my grown up decision of starting a blog. Growth mindset celebrates the process, the effort of learning new things, rather than the outcome. Do we want a positive outcome? Yes, ma’am. But sometimes trying weird, new things, requires taking a risk, maybe even failing.
A new year comes with both a lot of excitement about what’s to come and reminiscing about the year past. Use these free printable NEw Year’s coloring pages and journal to get some of those memories down on paper. These pages make a fun New Year’s activity for kiddos and something to tuck away and remember next year!
These easy printables are the perfect New Year’s craft for kids. Make fun New Year’s Eve party hats and crowns that your kiddos can decorate and then enjoy wearing!