Tag Archives : Art

Arty Gift Guide- Gifts for the Little Artists in Your Life

Arty Gift Guide


Arty Gift Guide Does your child love art? Do they light up when you take them to art museums and love experimenting with art supplies? Are you looking for the perfect gift for your little artist or a little artist you know and love? Well, we have compiled a variety of gift ideas for the young artists you know and…

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littleBits STEAM Student


littleBits STEAM Student Every day I open up my inbox to questions from parents asking how my children became so fascinated with science, technology, engineering, art, and math also known as STEAM. I personally believe that STEAM is for everyone and everyone falls in love with it at their own time, with their own project.  The great thing about STEAM…

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From the Makers of Your Baby Can Read, Your Child Can Discover Review

Your Child Can Discover Review


Your Child Can Discover Your Child Can Discover is from the Infant Learning Company, the same company that brought us Your Baby Can Read! or more recently (2018) Your Baby Can Learn.  After being catapulted into the forefront by stories of lawsuits. The company Your Baby Can, created a new product called Your Child Can Discover. Infant Learning Company Products We…

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Forget markers or crayons. For a really unusual art project, close the art supply cabinet, and crack open the pantry! This activity lets kids use colored rice to make pictures. Come let's create Rice Art!

Rice Art


  Rice Art Forget markers or crayons. For a really unusual art project, close the art supply cabinet, and crack open the pantry! This activity lets kids use colored rice to make pictures. Not only will it make for a fun project, but it will work your child’s pincer grasp, and help prepare him for proper pencil holding. What You Need: Uncooked…

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Combine science and art teach your children about light and shadow this spring/ summer by creating sun prints.

Sun Prints


Sun Prints So we are all looking for activities to do outdoors now that the weather is sunny and beautiful. Well, there is no better time to create sun prints then spring and summer! This activity lets your child explore the effects of light and shadow. It combines science and art! Sun prints usually use the sun’s rays and chemically treated paper…

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