Our kids art activities and ideas are a fantastic way for your children to learn how to draw.
If your kids like:
Then they'll love joining in our art activities.
That's because we've been homeschooling art activities and crafts ever since my kids William and Catherine were old enough to dip their toes in paint!
We've got lots of kids art activities and ideas to choose from to suit all ages.
See how learning how to draw animals can help your child enjoy one of our favorite art activities.
Join us under the sea with our ocean creatures arts and crafts project. You'll paint a homeschool sea scene with fingerprint wave crests complete with your own sea shells.
This art and easy crafts activity starts with making a homeschool rainforest scene, including the largest spider in the world.
We'll show you how to use wool to make dangling liana vines and construct a homeschool pitcher plant - guaranteed to be a hit with your kids if they share William's deathly delight in carnivorous plants.
We show you the tricks to turn homeschooling hand art into fun creations using easy crafts skills like adding googly eyes to aliens.
Marbling inks make delicate patterns on anything from polystyrene cups to paper, but probably one of the most beautiful ways to enjoy them is by marbling eggs. We show you how in our homeschooling Easter Crafts For Kids.
Finally, join us on one of the most extraordinary homeschool kids art activities on Earth charting the history of Life.
If your kids love dinosaurs and are aged anywhere from seven on up through High School, Dinosaurs For Kids is one of the most fabulous kids art activities you could hope for.
You'll combine drawing with crafts easy for kids to create a homeschooling gigantic lap book with maps downloaded from Wikipedia, real-life objects and even a homeschool dinosaur egg.
To tempt you to join us have a look at this fantastic National Geographic timeline showing all the fabulous creatures you could draw.
There are so many kids art activities to choose from you're bound to find something your child enjoys.
Once you've started experimenting you'll find art adds an extra dimension to everything you do.
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