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Kids Get Arty – Exploring David Hockney & Photo Montage

| July 18, 2012 | 27 Comments
Kids Get Arty – Exploring David Hockney & Photo Montage

Well… where did the last two months go?! Already it is Kids Get Arty time – our chance to explore an artists: looking at what the artist made and how the artists worked. Then have a go ourselves! For this Kids Get Arty session, we decided on David Hockney – hailed as one of the most influential British […]

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Art Lab For Kids – Giveaway

| July 6, 2012 | 103 Comments
Art Lab For Kids – Giveaway

Art Lab for Kids – Overview I have a wonderful Arty book giveaway for you today (open to both US and UK): Art Lab for Kids, by Susan Schwake. If you have been enjoying the Kids Get Arty challenges every 2 months (next link up on 18 July!), as well as our Daily Creativity series, […]

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Kids Craft: Kid’s (Keepsake) Art

| May 30, 2012 | 7 Comments
Kids Craft: Kid’s (Keepsake) Art

We went to visit some very good friends of ours.. and decided to get the kids painting (again – check out our post from almost two years ago – our Keepsake Paintings and Matthew’s Dream). This is not “officially” part of the Kids Get Arty challenge, but of course broadly speaking it is linked to […]

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Kids Get Arty: Exploring Klimt

| May 16, 2012 | 61 Comments
Kids Get Arty: Exploring Klimt

Welcome to the first of “Kids Get Arty” series. This were Red Ted and I start exploring The Great Artists together. It is a way for me to “rediscover” art and for Red Ted to see and explore art. I have put together some Arty Resources for you, from other art projects to art picture […]

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Exploring The Great Artists – 20+ Art Books For Kids

| April 16, 2012 | 59 Comments
Exploring The Great Artists – 20+ Art Books For Kids

There are a number of things that I am really passionate about doing with my kids – of course, there is LOTS of kids crafts – in particularly crafting with nature and with recycled materials. The other thing I am keen on, is to introduce my kids to art – or at least, make art […]

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