The Power of Art Videos for Kids (and my new Kids Art Club)

Art videos for kids help children learn to do new art activities (in this case, raised salt painting) easily. Kids art videos fit different learning styles and the busy reality of modern family life. And they are a big component of my new online Kids Art Club – ART SPOT.

Art Videos for Kids at the Kids ART SPOT

Hey friends! I have something special to share with you! If you’re on my e-mail list, you may have heard my announcement about my new online Kids Art Club — ART SPOT.

Today I want to bring you inside it and show you one of my kids art videos.

Raised Salt Painting with Kids

In this one, I walk kids step-by-step through the process of doing raised salt painting. And I want to share it with you and your kids so you can watch it and do the art activity and so you can experience the kinds of videos I’m creating for the Kids Art Club.

Raised salt painting has been one of our favorite art activities since forever. And it is definitely one that kids can do on their own with a little guidance.

In this video, I walk kids through the raised salt painting art activity, from concept, to gathering materials, to setting up for success (often covering work surfaces and making sure you have a damp rag or paper towel for clean up), to doing the art activity step-by-step, to sharing or displaying it afterward.

So bring your kids over to watch this video and invite them to do raised salt painting.

The Power of Art Videos for Kids

As I’m sure you know, video can be an amazing instructional tool—appealing to a range of learning styles and using visual and auditory cues to help kids and families learn new things. Videos work especially well for learning art activities and techniques.

I have been creating a library of these kids art videos inside of the Kids ART SPOT — my new online art club for kids and their families.*

*If you’re interested in joining, we’re welcoming new members through Tuesday, September 25th at 11:59pm EST. After that, the doors close so we can best serve our community.

A library of Art Videos for Kids in the Kids ART SPOT

With each video, I demonstrate and teach a different fun art activity or technique, from homemade puffy paint that gets even puffier as it dries (so incredibly cool!), to nature suncatchers, marble painting, styrofoam printmaking the easy way, drawing with tape, double-doodle drawing, scribble challenge drawing, and more.

Nature Suncatchers from the KIDS ART SPOT

Each video makes it EASY and FUN for kids (and their families) to learn a new art activity and technique, while encouraging experimentation and creativity.

It’s like having me coming into your home to do art with your kids. My goal is to make it EASIER for you to foster your children’s creativity.

The Kids ART SPOTThe Kids Art Club

These art tutorial videos are all part of my new Kids Art Club and I invite you to come check it out now. I have a 14-day trial for just $1. So basically your kids can come explore everything in the Kids Art Club for two whole weeks for just pocket change.

Drawing Prompts in the Kids ART SPOT

Besides the library of art videos for kids, I have:

  • a library of drawing prompts (printables to inspire creativity)
  • art activity printables
  • and simple art invitations (that parents can set up for their kids)

And I’m adding new videos and printables each week!

So come on over and check it out now. I am super proud of what I have put together and so excited to share it with you and your kids.

Click here to see the Kids Art Club and to try it out for just $1.

(The Kids Art Club is only open to new members through Tuesday, September 25th at 11:59pm EST, then the doors close so we can best serve our community.)

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