Wax Resist Leaf Painting

Wax resist leaf painting activity involve both arts and science lesson. Apart from making a beautiful piece of creative arts, children also get to learn that water and wax does not mix. This is also an activity of nature art and crafts which is great at instilling a sense of Read more…

Truck Art

Children loves playing with cars and toy trucks. However running those cars and trucks across wet paint on is triple fun as they can see the track marking made from those toys criss crossing in various colours. According to Allison McDonald (B.A, B.Ed, M.S) in her website No Time For Read more…

Stamping Art

Stamping is an art activity loved by children. In this activity, the children stamp patterns using various colours according to their imagination. For young children, stamping activates a new group of muscles in the thumb and fingers. For older children, it continues the strengthening process but also builds endurance so Read more…

I Spy With My Binoculars​

Playing “I Spy” helps children learn vocabulary and phonics. According to British Council, “I Spy” is a fun game for practising English vocabulary (https://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/top-tips/play-i-spy) Traditionally it was played with a person asking the other people to find objects around them that begin a selected letter by saying, “I spy with Read more…

Feel The Colours

Painting with hand let the children experience the sense of touch in a fun way. It is mesmerizing to be able to transfer drops of colours using finger and hand and paint it on a paper and see how colour change when they are mixed. The process of finger painting Read more…

Letter Collage

Children learn better through play, in other words, they learn better if they are having fun while learning. Letter collage is one of the activities that can make learning about the alphabet more fun. According to the website of Very Well Family, collage teaches cause and effect. It also allows Read more…

Batik Art​

Batik Art activity not only requires the children to draw but also learn the basic technique of batik painting by combining the usage of crayons and water colours for their art. Apart from creating works of art, the children will discover that crayon will repel watercolour away. To do this Read more…

Furry Caterpillar

Caterpillar arts and craft is a great way to teach children about caterpillars which are actually baby butterflies! This is an opportunity to teach children about the butterfly lifecycle. According to Katie Christiansen a veteren preschool teacher in her website https://preschoolinspirations.com/teaching-children-life-cycles, teaching children about life cycles is a perfect way to Read more…

Vertical Art

Children usually draw arts on the table or on the floor. Drawing on vertical surface (for example on the wall) give children different perspective and vantage view towards their drawing. According to Arizona Orthopaedic Physical Therapy website, vertical surfaces improve children’s ability to naturally cross the midline of his/her body Read more…

Sidewalk Art

Drawing freely on the wall is what many children love to do, so why not let them draw on the floor (outdoor of course!) instead. Just bring a box of colourful chalks and bring them outdoor where it is safe for them to just relax and draw on the floor Read more…