You see, aside from reminding them what this week entails spiritually, it's also an opportune time to get them engaged with their artistic side!
Skip the brushes for the mean time and have your kids unleash their creative side - literally - with their tiny fingers! Just make sure that there are enough cloths to clean their hands with and their work tables are lined with newspapers to keep their area clean.
Give them inspiration on where to get started, like the spots of an animal, the fruits of a tree or the petals of a flower similar to this video tutorial. Once they get the hang of finger painting, they will be able to think of what type of art to do next!
Paint flower pots
Especially if you want your kids to share your love for gardening or if you want them to hone their green thumbs, letting them paint your flower pots is a great way to get them interested.
You can do this with your old pots or you can buy some new ones from the store for them to paint on. You can instruct them to paint the flower pots according to the plant inside or just let them paint based on their imagination!
Create chevron patterns
What are chevron patterns? This is a design pattern that is essentially a series of letter V's laid out horizontally. These are great accents to have in your home as it makes rooms more serene and appealing.
It may look quite intimidating and complex to make, but it's really a clever use of tape on canvas that will enable your kids to create these awesome patterns. Check out the video below on how to make one! It's so easy - you might even join your kids in the fun!
Give picture frames a new look
If you find that your current picture frames in the living room are boring you, you do not necessarily have to buy new ones. A change of color and some pretty accents c/o your kids' imagination might be all that your frames need to look interesting again. It's a great opportunity not only to be reminded of your kids' creativity every time you look at it, but also a moment to share with them the stories behind the pictures inside the frames.
Get creative with Easter eggs
If you are taking your kids to Easter Sunday activities, why not give them a head start with their Easter egg art at home prior to that day? As you given them designs to be inspired with, it's also a great opportunity to teach them what the significance of this day is to them.
Check out some themes below to set the egg painting stage for them!
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