Paper weaving is a simple and inexpensive way to teach young kids the basics of weaving. This can be a tricky skill to teach (and learn) but starting with a few simple tips will help your young artist to be successful!
Recording history through writing and pictures is a great way for kids to both remember and process what is happening around them. These printable time capsule ideas for kids are a playful take on capturing some big events!
Are you in the mood for some sunshine? This paper glasses craft is easy and fun and a great way to brighten any day with a little creativity and play!
Let me start by saying I am not a master of origami. Projects requiring precise instructions in order to produce results usually result in me throwing my hands in the air. This little origami bookmark has just a few easy steps and offers lots of possibilities.
Create your own designer shoes with these five free shoe coloring pages!
This printable emotions face is a great way to help your little people explore big emotions! Explore a little social emotional learning and craftiness at the same time!
Slime. Is that a dirty word at your house? It doesn’t have to be! Try this easy four ingredient Elmer’s glue slime for a super sensory activity!
Color. It doesn’t get any more basic than that, right? Identifying colors is one of the first things we teach our little ones. Some of the first sight words learned are the color words. Color is a language even the smallest people understand. This free color wheel printable and color theory worksheet is a natural place to start.
Art class doesn’t have t be hard! Take advantage of over 60 free printable art activities for kids to teach your kids about the elements of art, art vocabulary, art criticism, museum skills, artist biographies, and art making prompts, and more!