Meet Moving Bob! He’s another great way to help your kids draw people and even learn basic (very basic) anatomy.
Dying eggs for Easter was always a tradition in mine and my wife’s childhood, so of course we have to do it for our kids! This year for Easter we decided decorate eggs a little differently though. We used crayons and paint instead of dye.
Sometimes I put off our family art activities, because we don’t have enough supplies. Well lately we’ve been trying to find things around the house to use. We were surprised by how much we found and could use. Doing an art project with the kids doesn’t always require a visit to the best store on […]
It’s starting to feel like spring! I’m freaking out, my kids are freaking out…bye-bye winter!
This was a fun ebook I wrote and illustrated for my kids. They love bugs, well not the scary ones. Click this link to download the free PDF. If you download this on your iPhone or iPad, you can add it to your bookshelf.
Color wheels can be elaborate, this one is not. This is a simple activity to help explain the Primary Colors to your kid(s) (Red, Yellow, and Blue). Just download the PDF and print. Let them color or paint each circle as labeled. The overlapping areas will make the secondary colors (green, purple, and orange).
Even though most kid paints clean up with a little warm water, it doesn’t hurt to provide a little extra protection…especially if your table has small grooves or texture.
Many parents hand a camera to their kids when they are 14-ish, but have you thought of giving one to them sooner? Maybe around 2 or 3? My little 5-year-old can’t put his camera down. He loves it!
Every kid is artistic, for the simple fact that every kid has an imagination! With just a little help from their parents each child can develop their inner artist even more. If you’re struggling to find your “inner-parental-artist-mentor”, following these 5 simple steps can help get you on the right path. 1. Art supplies! Crayons […]