Caterpillar Race....Have your kids form teams (At least two) and form a straight line. In between each player is a balloon and they must get to the finish line without dropping their balloon. They can only keep their balloons from dropping by using their chest and the other players back. If a balloon drops, then the team must stop and pick it back up.
These drawings were done by children aged 10. They used white chalk and charcoal on black paper and used a real feather for observation enlarging the drawings to fill the paper. They were using the smudging qualities of the chalk to recreate the texture of the feathers. The children thought that they were the best drawings they had ever done.
Learn about the forces of motion and gravity with a new painting technique by exchanging the paint brush for a swinging pendulum. Engage your child with the combination of art and science for a STEAM learning activity. STEAM is the combination of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. While you may be aware of the popularity of …
Summer Camp for Kids: Paper Plate Frisbees | Make and Takes
Summer means spending time outside enjoying the nice weather and hanging out with friends. Sit down and make these fun frisbees from paper plates, and even on days when it’s too hot, you can play a summertime game! Because these frisbees are made from paper plates, they are reasonably safe to use inside and are … Continued