Art projects for kids

My art projects for kids teach simple eye to hand co-ordination skills. Kids love choosing colours and using interesting tools.
Ever since my kids could hold a crayon they have been interested in arts and crafts, of course it helped that their Mom and Grandma are art craft crazy!

Is your child a creative?

art-projects-for-kids-creative-childrenI have two sons, with two very different personalities. When they were little boys I could give one a pencil and he would draw all day long, and the other one just had to have a ball and play in the dirt! They are both creative, but in different ways.

As young men today they are very talented at whatever they put their hand to, and I take pride in myself as a Mom letting them experiment with paint and different textures that were a vital part of their eye to hand co-ordination, among other skills as they developed.

Once you understand the type of needs your child has, it’s much easier to keep them occupied. I am always on the lookout for new creative activities for children, I have researched and found some really cute art projects for kids and I’m happy to share them with you.

Paint tulips with a fork…


Some of these will make a mess, and some will end up looking good enough to hang on the wall. When I found the idea for this easy tulip painting shown here using a kitchen fork and some paint, I just had to share it with you.
My great niece and nephew have done a demo painting for you here on video, there’s really not much to it, and they loved the idea of using a fork as well as a paint brush.

Cool printable coloring pages

I’m not going to reinvent the wheel here, there are some awesome art websites for kids that I am going to share with you. Like these coloring pages from raising our kids. Print, color and learn, one of my favorites, I couldn’t resist putting this one in for you.

Connect the dots printable

C4-031-printable- join-the-dotsConnect the dots are the perfect drawing lessons for kids and have been around for a long time.

The perfect educational game designed for learning math, genius! Print this free connect the dots colouring page from raising our kids or find another one you like, this is fun and easy for kids to do at home, I remember doing them when I was a child and I loved them then, they are a timeless classic and the perfect art project for kids.

Boys paint smock made from a t-shirt

For the children who are just not willing to wear an art smock, in particular our young boys! find a few old t-shirts from a garage sale or the two dollar shop, it doesn’t matter if they get stained because they wear these shirts just on arts and crafts days.

I have made a video to show you how to make this t-shirt art smock. Its beginner friendly for the sewers in the house, and all you need is an over sized t-shirt. I made two here that are ideal for protecting your little ones clothes and putting things in the pockets at their next painting session, at home or school.

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