Create gorgeous decorative tiles with air drying clay and a surprising method for adding color. This is a fool-proof project for novice potters. And best of all – no firing required! Post by Danielle Falk of Little Ginger Studio This easy clay project is inspired by the work of Scottish artist Hilke MacIntyre, and her […]
Click here to read Fun Activities to Keep Kids Entertained on Road Trips on Hands On As We Grow® Headed out on a long trip with your family? Check out these fun ways to keep your kids entertained on road trips from Harper at Ms. Harper Reid. Those of us who were born before smartphones […]
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Check out our list of nature art ideas and recycled art projects for kids that are fun to make AND more friendly for our Earth. To celebrate Earth Day next week, our team gathered together a list of 30 nature based art activities and recycled art projects for kids. Through art, there […]
Click here to read Simple Finger Painting for Toddlers with Edible Finger Paint You’ll Love on Hands On As We Grow® Finger painting for toddlers is a great sensory activity, along with a great beginning art activity for them. Make art time extra kid-friendly with simple DIY edible finger paint! As George is getting older, […]
May preschool themes can be a fun way to end your school year. Maybe you could poll your preschoolers to find out what curriculum themes they may want to study. As you plan your May learning experiences for preschoolers, check out this list of ideas to build fun explorations for boys and girls. May Preschool […]
Click here to read Easy Easter Egg Splatter Painting Activity for Kids on Hands On As We Grow® Try painting with a toothbrush! Make an easy Easter egg splatter painting with your kids! The boys made these pretty Easter eggs by doing splatter painting with a toothbrush. It was a new way for them to […]
Click here to read Mess-Free Simple No Dye Easter Eggs with Washi Tape on Hands On As We Grow® Make simple no dye Easter Eggs using Washi tape, from Lisa, for a fun and mess free way to decorate eggs with your toddlers! We love coming up with new ideas to decorate Easter eggs. Dipping […]
Create amazing and colorful dot paintings inspired by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. Project & post by Catalina Gutierrez of Redviolet Studio. Yayoi Kusama. What can I say about her? She is one of the most amazing and inspiring Japanese contemporary artists! Her sculptures and installations are breathtaking and she has done so many other things; […]
Preschool ocean theme literacy activities. Your kids are going to love these fun, hands-on ocean theme literacy center activities! The post Preschool Ocean Theme Literacy Activities appeared first on Pre-K Pages.
Mixed media collage portraits are a great way to explore texture and use recycled materials. Project and post by Krista Simcoe of Riverside Art Studio. These mixed media collage portraits are a great lesson for exploring portraiture and texture with kids. I made this project with a group of 4 – 8 year old students. We […]
Click here to read Make Words with a Fun Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt on Hands On As We Grow® Practice making words on a super fun Easter Egg scavenger hunt! Ahhh, the classic Easter egg hunt. It’s a rite of passage for kids in the spring! But kids love to go on “hunts” all year […]
Process art painting exploration perfect for spring or easter themes; for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten; Pre-K Art and Painting activities The post Process Art Painting Activity for Spring or Easter appeared first on Pre-K Pages.
Fun Easter theme literacy activities to help your preschool or pre-k students identify beginning sounds, syllables, rhyming, concepts of print and more! The post Preschool Easter Theme Literacy Activities appeared first on Pre-K Pages.
Drawing prompts are one of our favorite creative drawing activities for kids because they inspire children to draw and think in a different way (often more creatively!) than when faced with a blank page. Did you know that you can help children draw and think more creatively by inspiring them with interesting and challenging art […]
Click here to read Does it Sink or Float Experiment for Toddlers on Hands On As We Grow® Get splashing with a fun sink or float experiment that’s perfect for toddlers! It’s an easy water experiment that you can do inside or out. Seriously, the most asked for activity from Henry is a water activity. […]
Have you ever wondered what your kids are actually learning when they play with geoboards? Using geoboards in the early childhood classroom can help develop many important early math and literacy skills. If you haven’t tried geoboard activities in your classroom yet, your kids are going to love them! Geoboard Activities If you’re looking for […]
Click here to read Simple DIY 3D Balloon Birthday Card Craft for Kids on Hands On As We Grow® Make a DIY balloon birthday card craft, from Alisha, that really pops! This simple craft is easy to make and fun to give! It seems like I’m always spending money on birthday cards. And they’re kind […]
These two nature inspired art projects explore ways for kids to observe and create with nature. The art activities include observational drawing of flowers and clay leaf printing. Projects and post by Lia Salza Goldstein of Little Loft Studios. “Nobody sees a flower – really – it is so small it takes time – we […]
Click here to read Cool Preschool Watch Makes Taking Turns Super Simple on Hands On As We Grow® Are your kids having trouble with sharing? Use this cool preschool watch to make taking turns super simple! This winter has been so tough! We haven’t been able to be outside much lately. It has been an […]
Click here to read Try an Easy Counting Flower Petals Math Activity for Kids on Hands On As We Grow® Math is so much more fun when it’s a hands-on activity. Try an easy outside math activity by counting flower petals! I’m always on the look out for ways to mix learning in with fun. […]