Printable activities for you to do at home with your children while you all self-isolate.
By now you may have read my post about Teaching Art at Home during a pandemic.
If so, you’ll know that I suggest taking a relaxed approach to educating your kids during this surreal time when we are all being asked to stick close to home to protect ourselves, and others.
(If you haven’t read it, you’ll find it HERE).
Meanwhile, I know many of you are looking for some fun low-stress activities to do at home, which is why, over the next while, I’m making a number of KinderArt Club resources available to you.
Below you will find links to creative activity downloads you can do with your children.
Click on the pictures to open or save the files. And please be sure to send me pictures of what you and your kiddos create.
Stay well and keep creating!
By answering questions with lines, shapes and colors, students will create one-of-a-kind works of art. Children of all ages are able to participate and all will feel excited and surprised at their work. Includes oodles of printable activity pages to keep little ones busy and engaged.
This lesson makes use of printable shapes which can be decorated and cut to create mobiles.
In this lesson, children will focus on line, shape, color and positive/negative space as they create a bunny-themed work of art. The beauty of this lesson is that it is adaptable. If you only have markers and crayons, use those. If you have watercolors, create a wax resist painting.