Arts for All Nevada encourages parents, and children to be creative at home! Our talented teaching artists have designed art activities that can be done in many different settings, be they at home or in the classroom. Click on the lesson title for a printable PDF.
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We add new art activities all the time, so check back often for more fun art!
Using impressionist techniques, create a fun & unique ship.
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A fun optical illusion project!
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Using coffee filters, water, and maters, create a beautiful design for decoration or as a unique gift!
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Coffee filters flowers are beautiful and such a fun Spring craft! I chose to color extra filters so I could pick my favorite to include in my flower.
Handprint sunflowers are a great way to welcome spring and to talk to children about planting! It’s also a fun project to document the growth of your child by printing their little hands.
One of his most famous pieces, recreate your own take on these colorful, fun flowers. Follow along here!
A unique way to learn more about the color wheel based on Andy Goldsworthy’s Fall Leaves. Follow along here!
A fun technique to create a beautiful sky with watercolor.
Recreate Jasper John’s Numbers in Color & follow along with a video here.
A fun, easy project to create beautiful butterflies from colorful strips of paper!
Spring is here & the world is blooming around us. Using materials found outside, create a mobile to hang outside or inside.
Create a fun abstract painting mixing colors & getting your hands messy. A video with instructions & supplies is available here!
Students will use recycled paper bags & basic drawing materials to recreate painting these paintings. A helpful video here!
Using ink, create different pattern & images exploring ink blots. Hang them individually, or connect them to create a colorful flag. Need some help? A helpful video here!
Easter will be here in just a few days, so it’s the perfect time to get started on some decorations! Students will use common household items & paint to create a marbling effect on paper or eggs.
Do you prefer silly monsters or scary monsters? Create a series of whatever you like with our Ink Blot Monsters project! Check out the video here & follow along. Have Fun!
Get ready for spring & create a Cherry Blossom with common household & recycled items! Students use watercolor to create a gradient background & finish with a Cherry Blossom tree.
Learning about the kimono is a great way to explore pattern design and Japanese culture at the same time. Students sketch their designs in the lesson plan and complete the project with watercolor.
Develop and increase awareness of shape and space through art. This lesson plan introduces students to the concepts of negative and positive space with cut paper.
Bring a little of the outside in with this art project while teaching your child about evergreens, printing techniques, snowflakes and symmetry.
Here’s a fun spin on the self-portrait, using lots of colors and even more imagination.
An introduction to some of the basic shapes found in a house such as: squares, rectangles, half circles, columns and arches. Using marker and watercolor, design a house you would like to live in!
Students learn about the art of the Oaxacan (pronounced wa-ha-can) woodcarvers of Mexico, whose brightly colored and heavily patterned figures of animals and people have a childlike or whimsical quality to them. Students will choose an animal, possibly a pet and do a drawing of it in the style of the woodcarvers.
Use oil pastels to create a mushroom scene. Learn the shape of mushrooms, shading and lighting.
Introduction to Impressionist paintings with Vincent Van Gogh’s paintings/style. Create a night time silhouette of the city.
Identify colors that are warm and cool using construction paper, oil pastels and water colors.