String Art

Here’s a super unique art project you can do at home that requires just a couple items. It’s called String Art! 🧶 In this video, Jessie shows us how to do the project and how every time you do it, your string art will look different. No two projects will ever be exactly the same! 😮 Materials needed: String or …

Paper Bag Tree

Looking for a fun way to bring the outdoors inside in an artistic way? Check out this sculpting project from Amy! In this video, Amy shows us how to make a Paper Bag Tree. 🌳 During the project, you’ll learn about shape, form, depth, and other artistic principles. Materials needed: Brown paper bag (lunch bag or large grocery bag) Scissors …

Fizzy Painting

Have you ever mixed vinegar and baking soda? ⚗️ Do you know how they react to each other? 💥 In this video, Jessie answers these questions through a fun and colorful art project called Fizzy Painting! It’s creative art with a science twist! Materials needed: Baking Soda (sodium carbonate) Vinegar (an acid) Food Coloring Cups A Baking Sheet (or something …

Drawing Project: Turtle Line Art

Grab a pencil and get ready to make some artistic lines! In this drawing video, Amy explains the concept behind Line Art and how we can use it to make basic patterns and shapes. In this project, we make a turtle! 🐢 Materials needed: White paper Pencil Sharpie Scissors Glue Colored Paper When you’re done with this project, we’d love …

Color Wheel Flower

Ready for a fun art activity that also teaches you about colors? Check out this Color Wheel Flower project! In this video, Amy helps us understand Primary and Secondary colors by making a large, colorful flower. Materials needed: White paper Scissors Glue Pencil Crayons, makers, or color pencils Colored paper or wrapping paper (red, yellow, orange, blue, green, purple – …

Time-Lapse Art

Looking for a creative project to do outside? Check out this Time-Lapse Art project! In this video, Jessie show us how to use the sun and shadows to create unique art. Materials needed: Paper Colored pencils, crayons, or markers A toy or item to cast a shadow Have fun! When you’re done with this project, we’d love to see it! …

Watercolor Monsters

Here’s a fun and colorful art project you can do at home with minimal supplies. In this video, Jessie shows us how to make Watercolor Monsters! Materials needed: Sheet of paper Liquid watercolor (you can also use food coloring) A straw Once you’re done creating the bodies of your monsters, let them dry, then come back and add faces or …

Animation Project

Do you love cartoons? Have you ever wondered how they’re made? If you answered ‘yes’, then this Animation Project is for you! Animation technology has significantly advanced over the last several decades, but the foundation of animation remains the same. In this video, Jessie takes us through a simple and fun animation project that you can do at home. Materials …

Chalk Your Walk

As the weather gets nice and you want to head outdoors, consider sending some positive messages to those around you in a fun way while you’re outside. The Chalk Your Walk challenge has been popping up across the country, and it’s a great way to spread some joy during these difficult times. Here’s how it works… The next time you …

Window Easter Egg Hunt

It’s almost Easter! Even though we may not be able to get together with friends and family for traditional Easter Egg Hunts this year, we can still bring joy to others in a new way: A Window Easter Egg Hunt! Families across the country have been participating by decorating their windows with Easter Eggs, bunnies, and more for others to …

Water & Oil Project

In this project, we mix art 🎨 and a little science 👩‍🔬 for some colorful fun. Have you ever tried mixing water and oil together? What happens? In this project we combine these two liquids to understand how they mix (or don’t mix), and we create some unique art in the process. What you’ll need for this project: A small …

Flower Art Project Part 2

Welcome back! Are your flowers ready to go for the second part of this project? If you haven’t seen Part 1 of this project, you can check it out here. (You need to wait 2 full days after finishing Part 1 before you can get to work on Part 2). Here’s what you need for the second and final part …