For Technic LEGO brick enthusiasts, we know the Ford F-150 truck build will not disappoint. Explore pictures and our kid-builder’s favorite features!
Kids Activity Blog
For kids in fourth grade and older, we think you’ll love LEGO’s Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Technic Set. Explore pictures and our kid-builder’s favorite features!
Our kids found that without unlocking our iPhones, they can access the Photo edit settings, which means they can take photos, draw, and doodle on our photos.
Finding new images in my Photo Library is always a fun surprise, especially when the images feature their playful drawings!
My son’s 4th-grade class is OBSESSED with Squishies. Have you heard of these? They’re little “squishy” creatures perfect for trading and imaginative play.
These are excellent cheap gifts for stocking stuffers, Easter baskets, Valentine’s, and birthday gifts.
We literally had a summer full of dozens and dozens of renditions of robots. What do you do with too many robot drawings? We make wall decals, of course!
My kid’s willingness to make home-drawn cards for holidays and special events has always made me happy. Need some inspiration to inspire your family to make homemade and hand-drawn cards? Here are a few of my favorites!
At Arts and Bricks, we’re passionate about design, kids’ artwork, and LEGO bricks! So, of course, our living room’s Faux Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree’s decor rotates between LEGO bricks and kids’ creations!
Perfect for family gatherings, team or club gatherings, and especially class parties, a plastic saran wrap ball game will not disappoint!
Love them or hate them, elementary school diorama projects are part of life for the typical parent! Here we’re sharing our process for making a grassland diorama in 2nd grade and a rainforest diorama in 5th grade.
As an artist and designer, I believe art is a great way to express yourself, including day-to-day feelings. This is one of the reasons I’ve loved my daughter’s daily Reflections pages, where she draws and writes how she is feeling each day. Check out this exercise and perhaps incorporate it into your day-to-day too!
When our youngest was five, we started our family tradition of making ginger bread houses together. I’m always pleasantly surprised how well the store-bought kits are made. With no recipe and hardly any preparation, gingerbread house kits are a no brainer for busy families. Read on for tips.
Learn to draw food-themed folded monsters. Go from delicious to terrifying! Especially fun for elementary-aged children!
Find inspiration for your child’s Halloween costume. Especially for LEGO-loving children, these Emmet, Benny, Ninjago, Spiderman, Wyldstyle, LEGO brick, and LEGO Minifigure costumes will delight!
Pumpkin decorating has changed quite a bit since I was a kid in the 80s and 90s; now, there are ideas and kits galore, printable patterns for carving, and so much more. It can be a bit overwhelming. Here are a few ideas we’ve tried over the years. They’re simple, family-tested, and ready to become your next family tradition!