5 Super FUN End of the Year Art Projects
It’s the end of the year-go out having FUN! I know how it goes at the end of the year-your tired, the kids are tired…EVERYONE is ready for summer break! Go out with a bang with these super fun end of the year art projects!
Follow my Pinterest board FUN Art Activities
Isn't it FUN to experiment with art supplies, that's how new techniques and styles are created! This technique is TONS OF FUN!! I came across this technique on Pinterest and thought it would be fun to do with my painting camp I'm teaching this summer.
Materials Needed: A tray (I used a baking sheet) paint ping pong balls straws paper Place a few drops of paint on the paper. Put the ping pong ball on the paper. And hand your kiddo a straw. Let them blow the ping pong ball in the direction they want it to roll.
In case you haven't noticed by now I have an obsession both with rainbows and also with baking soda and vinegar eruptions. Rainbow eruptions make the most gorgeous eruptions ever. Since we've had a heat wave I added a frozen element to the science play.
What's summer without a good old messy backyard game? We love open-ended which involves copious amounts of paint and today's post is no exception. An example from the past - spaghetti brush painting. We tried using watered down kids paint for this squirt gun painting art activity.
It didn't take long when we saw these to become enamored by them. Marshmallows, toothpicks, gumdrops, candy corn, and a dose of imagination is all you need. Uncovered in a 1965 McCall's Family Style Cookbook by Kitchen Retro, we saw these fun, edible animals on Hostess with the Mostess who always has unique entertaining ideas to share.