Make a Japanese side stitch book with your favorite or handmade paper and use it for sketching, nature journaling, or as a diary.
Rosemary, coffee grinds, and glitter are a few of the exciting materials I’ve seen mixed into hand pulled papers, and you have endless options for making your paper unique to you or your preschooler.
This craft explores color mixing and independent play for preschoolers with paint, cardboard, string and scissors.
This was a perfect rainy day activity! By transforming a cardboard box into a rocket ship, I was able to encourage independent and imaginative play while reinforcing written name recognition and process art practice.
Pipe Cleaner Bracelets: This is my favorite “mommy has a headache” activity.
Getting outside has been fundamental in staying calm and centered for our family during this unpredictable season.
Today was all about the process. Art and crafts aren’t meant to be a stressful. Instead they are an opportunity to create, explore, and play. The only material needed for this activity is sidewalk chalk.
For Saint Patrick’s Day my preschooler created a leprechaun hat, cupcakes, and a clover sun-catcher. Each activity encouraged him to practice his fine motor skills.