This educational art activity will have children using a unique art technique and getting hands-on to manipulate their artwork. This activity provides a unique way to practice fingerpainting without the mess—plus, children will enjoy painting on a non-opaque canvas.
Reward grandpa with this rad ribbon for being so cool!
Create colorful depictions of grandma and grandpa!
Cool off with this cool craft!
Celebrate the start of summer with these sunny masks!
Combine shapes to create a majestic shark!
Create a unique frame for mom using collage materials. This activity encourages experimentation with color, texture and design to create a unique and personalized gift to celebrate Mother's Day.
Show grandma how much she's loved!
Drizzle BioColor® paint with Nancy™ bottles for a “drip painting” or Jackson Pollock effect! Unique BioColor® paint formula keeps colors separated, glossy, and flexible when dry!
A super sensory, open-ended art experience guaranteed to engage children of all ages!
Make stunning resist creations using simple materials.
Recreate the sights of a beautiful fireworks show!
Create fashionable fireworks headbands with one simple craft item!
Celebrate Independence Day with necklaces bearing red, white and blue!
Dip and dab a colorful garden using recycled materials!
Show and tell is an age-old activity that happens in many classrooms. Put an academic spin on this activity and support standards at the same time. The children have lots of fun while learning set comparison using science materials and a simple graph.
Classification and sorting are important skills to develop for math, science and language arts. Sorting colors is usually one of the first sorting activities that a child can do since we talk about colors from an early age.
Young children are fascinated with how the human body works, and listening to a heartbeat is particularly intriguing. This activity provides a simple way to hear to the human heartbeat and gain body awareness by learning about and creating a rudimentary stethoscope.
Step into summer with a display of fancy footwear!
This simple activity is sure to spark an interest in science for little ones! Children will marvel as they witness oil floating on top of water and discover what happens when they place drops of Liquid Watercolor into a cup of oil!
A STEAM activity just right for sunny days!
Classification and sorting can take on a more personal meaning when children use items they've created themselves. This activity gives children an opportunity to use recycled household materials, create their own manipulatives and sort them by pattern or color.