Shape Robots Art Project | Deep Space Sparkle
Shape Robot Art Assessment Lesson: An excellent back-to-school project for Kinders, these Shape Robots offer a look into how well a child can cut and paste, identify shapes and apply a little whimsy to their artwork.
Robot Math: Printable Game of Art & Geometric Shapes for Kids
Robot Math is a printable game that challenges children to draw while working on simple geometry – shape drawing and recognition. Roll a die and see what kind of robot you will draw. #homeschool #mathforkids #preschool #kindergarten
The Emotional Robot | Simple Emotions Activity for Kids
The Emotional Robot | Simple Emotional Intelligence Activity for Kids
Robot Pot Desk Tidy
I saw this Art Attack project online and knew the Art Cabin kids would love to do it. Their imaginations went crazy whilst designing their robots. Thinking about what their robots could do, what sp…
Pasta and Play Dough Robots – The Pinterested Parent
Spread the love I am a big fan of using dry pasta for crafting. Painted pasta makes for great projects. Here are a few of our favorites. Pasta Shell Autumn Tree Pasta Dinosaurs Wiggly Pasta…Continue Reading…
DIY Wood Robot Toy
DIY Wooden Robot Buddy: If you want to make a simple wooden toy with a minimum of tools or are looking for the first woodworking lesson for older kids, try this homemade robot!
Recycled Robot Preschool Craft Using Cereal Boxes — Local fun for kids
It always amazes me how much paper and plastic waste there is in modern packaging. Our many recycle bins are always overflowing and I'm pleasantly surprised when I see companies that make an effort to downsize their packages and reduce waste. It's also nice to see more and more crafts for
Robot Valentine Box and Fueling Creativity in Kids - Glue Sticks and Gumdrops
152 152SharesThis robot valentine box (aka the Lovebot) is an adorable way for kids to collect their valentines this year. And with nutritious snacks and meals, you can fuel your child’s imagination and creativity all day long. “Let’s make something!” I don’t think any three words excite my 4-year-old son more than those. Whether he’s building...Read On →