Art can provide families with an incredible way to slow down and find calm in the chaos of day-to-day life. As a mom of three and a former preschool teacher, I have had so many opportunities to witness the power of art with my own family at home and in my classroom. Beyond just helping your child develop creativity, art has numerous other benefits including strengthening fine motor skills, providing your child with calming, sensory input, encouraging independence, and promoting problem-solving and resilience.
Who doesn’t love a good rainbow? Their bright colors never fail to make me happy! Whether you are crafting to brighten up your home or your classroom, these craft ideas are sure to inspire! Today I have put together some fun rainbow crafts for you to enjoy. I love that these crafts can be done by both children & adults!
Watercolor. It’s perhaps the very first painting medium that we are introduced to as kids, but I’ve discovered that no matter your age or skill level, watercolor is a fun way to play with color.
Graduation is a reason to celebrate at any age! So, what better way to honor your little artist than with fun and colorful arts and crafts gifts and school supplies? Check out our round-up of the best kindergarten graduation gifts for all the young artists you’ll be recognizing this important milestone with.