Looking for a fun, easy (and a wee bit messy) Easter art project for your older kids and tweens? Okay, maybe you don’t want messy, but I bet your kids will love getting their fingers sticky with Mod Podge! I will give you step-by-step instructions for creating a cute, colorful Easter art piece with which your kids can decorate their rooms. And, I’ve got options if your kids aren’t interested in “cutesy” Easter baskets.
I’m not sure we could successfully homeschool without LEGO® bricks. (I write this jokingly, but there is some element of truth to the statement.) LEGO® learning can take place across all subject areas, ages, and interest levels. LEGO® bricks will speak to a child when nothing else will, and sometimes they help make a break-through to understanding in a critical math or science concept.
Sketch pads, chalk pastels, and watercolor paints aren’t usually considered standard supplies for covering subjects like language arts, history, science, and math, but these things are just as important as having pencils, paper, and curriculum on hand in our homeschool. You see, my kids love experimenting with art, but we don’t always have time for a big art project in our homeschool day. That’s led me to get creative and find ways to work art into our other subjects. Here are ten easy ways you can incorporate art into your homeschool day.