Ladybug Potato Stamps (Art in the Park #2)

Ladybug Potato Stamps (Art in the Park #2)

We've completed our second week of art in the park and the weather has been wonderful! It's so great to see some familiar faces and meet some new friends as well.  This last week, we made ladybugs with potatoes, which seemed to be a hit with the crowd.  Want to make some of your own? What You Need: Small potato, cut in half Red paint Black paint Q-tips Black Marker Crayons (optional) Construction paper (we used this white) Paper plate (or something to put paint … [Read more...]

National Lemonade Day! (Lemon Painting) {Preschool Homeschool}

National Lemonade Day! (Lemon Painting) {Preschool Homeschool}

I love a good quirky holiday.  Don't get me wrong -- I delight in the big celebrations like Christmas and Easter, but there is something so delightful in the ridiculous holidays that have become a family tradition around here. Holidays like Cow Appreciation Day, Donut Day, and Lemonade day are some of my personal favorites. With National Lemonade Day just around the corner (August 20th), I thought I'd share some of our favorite Lemonade recipes as well as a fun activity to do with the kids … [Read more...]

Really Bad Pictures

Really Bad Pictures

This month, during Children's Church, we're using art to help tell the Bible stories we're covering.  This week, we talked about Joshua, Caleb and the other spies who took a journey into the Promised Land (Numbers 13).  I drew the story on the white board as I told it (in really bad pictures):   Then, the kids each drew a part of the story afterwards.  We compiled all the pictures together and came up with this little video.  Enjoy! httpv://youtu.be/F4ryWkxELx8 … [Read more...]