Yarn monster is an incredible activity including cutting, coloring, sticking and threading. It is an ideas activity for preschoolers as well as early schoolers and works on many skills. You child can create some really scary monsters or some silly ones.
Wayne Thiebaud is an American painter popularly known for his foodart. Cakes, pies, icecream cones, doughnuts. I'm sure every child who will work on his art will love him. Me and Eira got a craving when we went through all his paintings. He used heavy color pigments for the subjects of his paintings and always had shadows included in his work.
Getting crafty also means getting hands dirty and if we are getting them dirty then why not include something sensory too. Slime is hated by many adults but loved by every child. The sticky texture gives them a soothing feeling and a great play says my 7- year old. I've bought varieties of slime over… Continue reading U For Unicorn Slime – Get Crafty #BlogchatterA2Z
While choosing activity for letter 'S', me and Eira were curious to see a skull painted. I wanted to think over for a minute but she was adamant. When we studied of how to go about it, we were excited to see how it is going to work out. Skulls are symmetrical. That means that… Continue reading S For Skull Art – Get Crafty #BlogchatterA2Z
Sounds fancy enough? Believe me when I say, this activity is definitely going to please your child above and beyond everything. Especially if it's a girl. Instead of doing flowers and trees with Q-Tip painting we took it a whole new level while designing a dress. SuppliesPaint colorsQ-tipsRubber bandsPalettePaint brushesColored paperPencil and eraser Let's get… Continue reading Q For Q-Tip Floral Couture – Get Crafty #BlogchatterA2Z