Drawing Games Ideas for Kids : Doodling Pencil and Paper Boredom Busters - Kids Crafts & Activities
Today we will show you a handful of drawing games that anybody can do with a friend and a piece of paper and pencil. Here are some fun ideas for a rainy day when you need some boredom busters.
Bee in the Bookends
I LOVE Libraryland! Have I mentioned that before? I have always been an avid volunteer, one that likes to try new things.. and I love connecting. Now, is libraryland overwhelming.. it sure is! Another thing I love is learning from others (and having a space to offer to different activities is great as well) The title of this blog is collaboration.. but when rethinking and writing it, I realize that the collaboration that I had with my art teacher was bouncing ideas off of each other.. and…
the eye project (side)
. A North Park University community art project. Participants made images of fellow North Park students (or in a couple cases, faculty). 67 blocks total, mounted on a gold-leafed circle. More photographs documenting this project here: the eye project Also check out a previous NPU community art project: the riverside mural
Northern Lights Watercolor Painting for Kids
Create a beautiful northern lights watercolor painting using easy techniques that kids will love experimenting and having fun with!
This project was all about unity. 7th grades projects focus on an art principle. Here the kids had a unified subject, medium, technique, and substrate. What a great way to understand this concept. The kids all used a tracer to create the unity right away. We worked a bit step by step for their first crayon. Each student worked on their own but I had them trace at leaste one crayon going on their neighbors. What a fun project! The kids loved this one and I really liked sharing it with our…
Halloween Owls By Kinder Kiddo's Above is my teacher sample. Thank you to the original unknown person who created this idea. I saw it o...
Art Teacher Blog
Each year the tall pine next to the Art Studio is home to a family of magpies. I have watched as they rear their young, take their first flying lessons and scavenge through the remains of recess and lunch discarded by the boys. The quiet of the schoolyard and abundance of crumbs provide a perfect environment for which the magpies to live and raise their young. On Tuesday afternoons I collect the prep class and walk through the outdoor chess area, under the shade of the pine to the Art…