Preschoolers are creative superheroes. From age 3 to age 4, a kid’s artistic abilities explode (sometimes literally, if they’re dropping paint or a bucket of crayons!). Their drawings become more recognizable, they may start to play pretend and invent friends...
The messy magic of creative problem-solving, self-expression, and imagination synonymous with early childhood
Use this story map to help your child create a story of their own.
Go on a Summer Safari Party with Doodlin’ Dan the Cowboy Man!
Art is a great way for kids to express themselves creatively. It also helps develop motor skills and accelerates brain development!
Letting your little one help in the kitchen is fun and an opportunity to get them curious about food (warning: it’s a little messy, too).
When your child is young, handprint art can be great gifts for family members, and at this time of year, usually you are the ones making holiday cards for your friends and family. Why not combine the two to create a fun, inexpensive (and easy!) holiday card...
Bring the post office to life with this adorable DIY Mail Truck. All you'll need is a cardboard box, paint, and a few more tools listed below.