Looking for creative art activities to engage your kids at home? Activities that are fun, quick and and easy enough for them to do by themselves? I’ve put together a list of some of my best projects that are not only fun to do but they also encourage creative exploration, skill-building, and independence.
Here’s a perfect way to break up the day while kids are learning at home. Now your kids can have ART CLASS!!!
Check out these at-home art lessons below. You’ll see that there is a kit for EACH project that includes every material your child will need to complete the project. The kits can be picked up from my porch, delivered to your door or mailed to you.
So have fun scrolling through the projects. I will continue to add more art projects to this page so your children have lots of projects to do!
Ages: Pre K-6 yrs old
This silly little rock is made into a whimsical wacky sculpture by wrapping pipe cleaners and decorating them with crafty materials such as: colorful pasta, foam shapes, feathers and pom poms. A funky take on a Messy Maker favorite!
Tissue Paper Stained Glass Heart
Add a little extra color to your sunshine with this Tissue Paper Stained Glass Heart. With just a few materials your child can make this pretty little decoration that attaches to their window and makes a rainbow of light.
Let your little one explore patterns and textures while making art! This is super easy and can especially be done by younger kids.
Ages: 7-11 yrs old
Mexican Tin Hearts
Also known as Milagros in Mexico, these adorable little decorations are made of embossed aluminum, colored with paint or sharpie markers and embellished with other materials such as gems and mirror stickers.
Needle Felted Hearts
An Art with Amy favorite, these Needle Felted hearts are made with colorful wool, felting needles and felt.