Explore the projects taught during an elementary aged art camp in our area. The focus was mixed-media and included printmaking and collage.
Kids Activity Blog
I’m fascinated by how my children draw, paint, and doodle themselves, our family, and others. The way their renderings of the human form have changed over the years is fascinating.
Here are my favorite drawings of people created by my favorite little people!
Learn to make your own Roll-A-Haring dice game or print and play our Sports and Christmas-themed games.
For our immediate family, Legoland was a better experience and more fun than Disney! Yes, I truly said that! Here’s why…
Here are 5 easy watercolor techniques for children
Growing crystals is both a childhood right of passage and STEM activity extraordinaire! Here are the results of our crystal growing experiments.
This year, I asked my 4th-grade son to make a gift for his teacher to accompany our gift card and note. He decided to make this Mosaic Nativity Hanging Ornament.
For parents of children who love our United States Navy and Battleships, here’s some inspiration for you!
Explore festive Christmas holiday LEGO sets – from villages to ornaments.
Watch your favorite Minions attempt to “Break the Board” is this movie short by Illumination.
Learn more about adult artists and LEGO Master Model Builders using LEGO bricks for their artistic medium.
This Halloween make a SPOOKTACULAR paper haunted house. Flip open flaps to reveal ghosts, bats, and more!
Instructions and tips for making your hybrid DIY halloween or cosplay Benny the Spaceman costume. Spaceship!!!!
To my son, Prodigy is an epic adventure game where he uses MATH MAGIC to win battles and earn pets and prizes. As a parent, Prodigy is a free math game that allows me to feel good about allowing him screen time.