Create this cute and simple Truffula Trees Craft at home with your kids with toothpicks, pompoms, sharpie markers, recycled styrofoam boxes, and tempera paint! Mr7 has really been interested in the Lorax, by Dr.Suess, and I have been reading it over and over again. He and I have come up be another cute recycled craft… Continue reading Truffula Trees Craft for Kids
Spring has sprung and Easter crafts are back! We are using our recycled materials to create some beautiful little Easter Egg String Art, plus reading the book "The Biggest Easter Basket Ever" by Steven Kroll. String art for kids Wrapping string around most anything can be relaxing and a great fine motor skill strengthening activity… Continue reading Easter Egg String Art – A Recycled Milk Jug Craft for Kids + Read-Aloud!
We have been making so many scribbles this week while reading I'm Not Just a Scribble by Diane Alber, that I needed to come up with a way to hang and display them! I ended up creating a simple and effective display that blew our kids away! They were shocked to see a floating stick… Continue reading DIY Floating Scribble Stick Hanger for Your Homeschool Room
We love to create Scribble Sticker Art while reading "I'm Not Just A Scribble by Diane Alber, and we have been creating cute Recycled Milk Jug Scribble Art your kids will love to create next! We have been collecting recycled material to use for arts and crafts, and I recently wrote about how to manage… Continue reading DIY Scribble Lacing Cards with Recycled Milk Jugs for Kids
Do your kids love Rapunzel? Are you looking for a fun yarn craft? Try our Rapunzel Yarn Doll Craft that your kids will love to make and play with! Making yarn dolls is a tradition that has been around for hundreds of years, and in the Build Your Masterpiece Class, we will be making them… Continue reading Rapunzel Yarn Doll Craft Your Kids will Love
This Valentine's Day, make a beautiful Heart Tree Mixed-Media Art Project, inspired by the diverse children's book "Love is" by Deedee Cummings. With Valentine's Day soon approaching, I wanted to read "Love is" again, since we recently did a book review for it, and my soon to be 5-year-old was happy to pick it up… Continue reading Heart Tree Mixed-Media Art Project + Free Writing Prompt!
So you have your recycled items collected, stored, and ready to go. Now what? We recently changed the way we organize our recycling for our kids to use in art projects, and I wanted to share some great ideas for art projects with recycled materials! Having the supplies is one thing, but the ideas to… Continue reading 15 Recycled Art Projects Your Kids Will Love
Recycling bin overflowing? Kids want to create but the mess freaks you out? Manage your recycled materials in your Homeschool with these 12 Tips and start creating today! Art Time is my favorite time in our homeschool. I have always loved art and I wanted to give my children the opportunity to explore art in… Continue reading 12 Tips to Manage Recycled Materials in Your Homeschool
We are starting back to Homeschool right around the corner as well as beginning the Build your masterpiece Class, so I wanted to share with you guys how to make your own cardboard paint pallets! These can come in handy with acrylic paints, and can be made really quickly! You probably have everything you need… Continue reading Make Your Own Cardboard Paint Pallets