Hi, I’m Jeanette Nyberg, and I am not an art teacher. If I had to teach art, by the end of the first class I would be crouched in a corner, rocking back and forth, with my fingers plugging my ears against all the external stimulation.
Let’s just call me a highly sensitive person, and move onto why I write this blog.
I love art, and I love kids. Both of these entities are creative, interesting, and fun, and they go together perfectly. It’s an amazing thing when kids find art and you can see a whole lot of of magic happening in their brains! Sadly, that magic isn’t fostered nearly enough in public schools in America, so I’m here to give you some fun art projects for kids to make instead of doing any of their math homework.
Remember: Math is bad, art is good.
(P.S. I kid a lot on this blog, no pun intended, so please don’t send me emails about the importance of math.)
I also completely love experimenting with art materials, and seeing what sorts of really cool things people are making for kids in terms of design and children’s books.
Did I mention I am the author of one of these children’s books? It’s called Tangle Art and Drawing Games for Kids, and you can find out more about it here.
Find art projects by medium by clicking up in the menu bar, otherwise, art projects by age group are in the sidebar over there on the right >>>