Our take on tear art uses simple materials: construction paper, crayons, rubbing plates and a bit of fine motor action! P.S. Vote for us at Martha Stewart’s American Made Contest HERE! Continue reading →
Last month, we organized a summer art camp for kids ages 3-10. The art camp took place for three days in one week in July and lasted from 9 AM to 2 PM. Our art campers crafted, painted and created with a variety of our art materials and projects! This year, we will be updating our blog every week with ONE ADDITIONAL POST to highlight the best projects of the Roylco Summer Art Camp. Use the ideas in our posts for your classrooms and educational programs. Stay tuned for details!
The Children’s Museum in Greenville, South Carolina recently hosted an art program for kids. One of the programs used our R51449 Face Pads to make gorgeous collage portraits with magazine cutouts. Guest poster Christina Drotor tells us more about the process below! Continue reading →
This art project is perfect for exercising fine motor skills! Crayon rubbings create natural images of leaves for special fingerpaint caterpillars to rest on. PLUS: This week we’re launching our challenge section for each craft! Try out the challengebelow and send us photos of your work to get published in an upcoming post! Continue reading →