Growth mindset is a buzzword in parenting and education circles these days, and with good reason. Use this huge collection of free growth mindset resources to see what all of the buzz is about and how it can benefit your kids- and you!
Does back to school time mean you’ll soon be walking into a room full of shiny new faces? If that’s you then you’re going to love this set of five free printable get to know you questions for kids. Use one page or use all of them. I bet you’ll learn something that you never expected!
As a creative person I would encourage a person of any age to explore jobs in the arts, hobbies in the arts, therapies in the arts. You get the idea. I value the arts. Making stuff is good for the soul. But as a parent it can be scary to encourage your child to choose an occupation in the arts that may or may not appear to be able to support a family.
These comic book templates are an easy way to connect writing and drawing. It’s easy to create graphic novels or simple cartoons with these six free printable blank comic book pages!
Does your child draw a blank when you place an empty piece of paper in front of them? Banish the fear of the blank page with these free printable sketchbook prompts perfect for celebrating the spring season just around the corner!
This leprechaun hat and other St. Patrick’s Day hat templates are easy to print and color and fun to wear! They’re sure to add a little creativity to any St. Patrick’s Day celebration!
Four free printable Mardi Gras masks are perfect for learning more about and celebrating the holiday of Mardi Gras.
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!
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!”