Friday, 31 October 2014

Air Dry Clay Panda

Tried out clay panda for my panda art collection series...

What you need:
1. Clay

Step by step:







You may use an ink pen to draw the mouth and eye ball.



Cute little mummy panda with her baby panda (made by my daughter!)

Thursday, 30 October 2014

Foil Art

Activity for kids age 4+

What you need:

1. Foil paper
2. Sticker paper card board

Step by step:

 Peel the yellow sticker off the cardboard.

Place a piece of foil paper on top of the peeled cardboard. The colour foil should face up.

Rub the foil paper and peel it off.

The foil is then stick to the cardboard.

Completed artwork by a 5 years old child.


Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Creative sand art

Fun art with sandart!

What you need:

1. Coloured sand
2. Glue
3. Colour paper

Step by step:



 Use glue to draw a design

Sprinkle coloured sand onto the glue. Use one colour at a time. Shake the excess to a bowl to reuse the colour.



Allow it to dry, and enjoy the artwork!

Friday, 24 October 2014

Dolphin clay magnet

Simple activity for kids to keep them occupied and keep them interested!



What you need:

1. Air dry clay 
2. Wooden animal magnet
3. Clay tool set (optional - you can mould it with your hand)
4. Varnish

Step by step:

Knead white and blue to get light blue

Press blue clay to the wooden board



Brush a layer of varnish over the clay. Your clay will look shiny and attractive!

Stick a magnet at the back of the wooden board

Finally glue the dolphin's eye. HEY PRESTO! You created a masterpiece!

This project is suitable for kids age 5+. The wooden board will guide the child to mould the dolphin according to its shape. Try it out!


Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Counting sticker sheet



Teach your child counting!

What you need:
1. Counting sticker sheet
2. Stickers

Step by step:
1. Print out the counting sticker sheet here.





2.  Use stickers to fill in the correct number of dots in each rectangle. You can get the stickers here.




3.  Change up the material you use such as stamps and toddlers think you've given them a brand new activity!