What do PAC-Man, Storm Troopers, Garfield, corn chips, plantains, toucans, hamburgers, and toilet paper have in common? Give up? Absolutely
Art Projects for Kids
Find me a kid who doesn't like drawing funny and zany doodle faces. Now slap them on something unexpected and surprising like skyscrapers, throw
Bite-sized foods. Itty bitty kitties. Mini horses! I think it's safe to say that people are obsessed with small things. And big things, too.
"BAM!" This onomatopoeia pop art project is by far one of my favorite 5th grade art lessons. It might be because I like to pepper my teaching
Henri Matisse Cut Outs Art Project Henri Matisse began his art career as a painter. And for many years, he dazzled the world with beautiful
Metal tooling, also called "repousse," is a type of low-relief sculpture in which tools are used to create a design on metal. This centuries old
Need a quick and simple one-day art project for the last days in December or January? This is my favorite go-to kindergarten snowflake art
Kindergarten is all about learning through exploration. It's a time to build on a child's natural curiosity in their ever-expanding world.
Tired of your standby pumpkin art project for Halloween? Here's a fresh idea that you can do with lower elementary students (and pre-k!) that
All About Me Hand Mirrors All about me is the theme in pre-school this week. The goal of this unit is for young children to learn