This yarn painting process art idea is a great sensory project, combining the texture of the yarn with colorful paints. It’s one of the techniques you can explore in my new Art Spark resources.
This Cutouts art project for children, based on the work of Henri Matisse, is a great kids art activity linked to famous art. Matisse’s expert use of bold colour and simple materials make him a perfect great artist for children to learn about, and they can try out his ground-breaking style of ‘painting with scissors’.
Henri Matisse The Snail Cutouts art project for children
Henri Matisse is one of the world’s most famous artists. His use of colour and simple materials makes him the perfect artist to study with your children. Here’s a collection of excellent story, information, and project books about Matisse for children to inspire you.
Henri Matisse books for children
Ready to raise creative kids? These Art Spark ebooks will give you everything you need to develop a joyful art adventure with your children.
You’ll learn how to support your child’s explorations and encourage their confidence. I’ll give you a broad range of process art projects you can try at home or in school, and introduce you to a wealth of famous art from around the world.
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Art Spark process art projects for children
I’ll guide you through four weeks of beautiful and fun art projects that you can enjoy with your children. At home or at school, these process art projects will give you an interesting framework of activities that you can weave into your weeks, so your children are engaged, creating and enjoying themselves all through art. See more details of Art Spark here.
Here are my top picks of the best art materials for children. They’re the products I use with my children and materials we really enjoy using.
Top 40 best art materials for children
For the third idea in our ABCS and 123s letter and math activities series, please welcome Barbara from Art Bar who is sharing a beautiful way to combine art and math: making shape collages.