Make some winter silhouette paintings using mixed media to create a beautiful, atmospheric result!
With the bare winter trees all around us still, and the houses and buildings falling into silhouettes at the early mid afternoon sunsets, the children have seen lots of beautiful orange and
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Set up an interactive nature exploration table for children to explore and examine natural elements at first hand. Coupled with some nature journals it becomes a great way to introduce some simple science exploration into the home or classroom with a dedicated area for observation and learning. Continue reading Nature Exploration Table
Today all of the member of the 20 Moms group, of which I’m thrilled to be a member, are taking turns to guest post on each other’s sites. I am thrilled to have Jean from The Artful Parent sharing this wonderful art activity for young children, about how to make a beautiful stained glass quilt
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Create some stunning paintings to investigate colour, form and line with a little inspiration from abstract artist Paul Klee! A great art project for children with beautiful, open-ended results. Welcome to another round up of Kids Get Arty, a bi-monthly celebration of children’s art work, hosted with Red Ted Art,
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Create your own alphabet of crayons for a fun gift for preschoolers and a sneaky way to practise some early literacy skills at the same time!
These beautiful, rainbow alphabet crayons are straightforward to make and there’s some fun science to learn during the process
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