Valentine Sensory Bin

Do your little/big ones like sensory bins? Mine LOVE them! We have done a variety including our Spring Sensory Bin, Farm Corn and Straw Bin, and our Birdseed Sensory Bin… and even my big 6 1/2 year loves them. Each time I introduce a new style of bin they immediately flock to it and spend […]

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Monochromatic Collage: Red Study

Love is in the air! Valentine’s Day is around the corner so we have moved on from winter themed projects and are getting arty with all things pink and red. My girls, especially my youngest, love to cut and glue so we have had a lot of fun projects involving collage materials. You all may […]

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Cardboard Collagraph Prints

We did a Valentine’s Day guest post for Creative QT, a wonderful company with great products. Their mission is to encourage parents and families to make time together and to create products that enrich families’ lives through imaginative, creative play and play based learning. Head on over to their site to get the tutorial on how to […]

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Spin Art Heart Garland

Did you know that kitchen tools can be used for making art? Yep, that old salad spinner of yours can be used to make some pretty cool art papers. This post contains affiliate links. We have used the Crayola Spin Art Maker in the past but the salad spinner is great for using thicker paint like […]

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Heart Art ~ Four Ways

Looking for some LOVE themed art ideas? Valentine’s Day is right around the corner so here is your one stop for FOUR fun art ideas! Any of these can be used for framed art, cards, or gift ideas. Click on the link below for a step-by-step video and then scroll below for more details and […]

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Printing Roses with Celery

Printmaking was always a favorite art process of mine dating back to college and then later when teaching. Printing is a fun process for children to engage in because of the surprise aspect of lifting the object to see what remains. It is also a bonus to be able to make the same design over and […]

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