One of our favorite ways to make memories at Christmas is to drive around town and see Christmas lights at night! And so, in honor of the favorite, glowing Christmas tree you spot on your drive around town – we have a chalk art tutorial. This tree is off in a snowy field. The sun has set and it is dark, yet the glow of
While we were enjoying our first Cranberry Thanksgiving Chalk Art Tutorial, we talked about what fun it would be to paint Mr. Whiskers’ – whiskers! All that bushy black beard is such fun to make go this way and that. And this tutorial is a very quick, finish-in-under-five minutes tutorial. For this Mr. Whiskers Chalk Art Tutorial you will need: paper (we used printer paper),
Like many of you, one of our favorite books for this time of year is Cranberry Thanksgiving. We first discovered this gem in our wonderful Five in Row days. And for art, we were particularly drawn to the illustration by the fire. The contrast of the black and white against the fireplace just made us want to paint! If you happen to have a copy
Mixing in just a little art blesses the whole homeschool day. Opening up that creative side of the brain helps reinforce learning. Plus, art simply brings a smile to a child’s face. Art might help your child enjoy science even more! Ok, so you might ask, how does our science and art time go? I’ll give you a peek… @oswald.the.dragon likes the bearded dragon on
Last week we visited our friends’ goldfish pond. We’ve always loved their goldfish pond with the rippling water and beautiful goldfish with white, flowing fins! We’ve talked about a goldfish pond chalk art tutorial to capture the lily pads and the orange goldfish. We decided it was time – because we got to visit our goldfish, Hershey. Hershey was a white elephant gift last Christmas.