The kids favorite time of the year and our favorite time because there is just so much cool holiday art projects out there. We had two weeks of winter art camp full of games, art projects, chocolate milk bar and we even ended with a jingle dance party.
The kids loved playing the suran wrap ball game. We rolled a dice and they go to unwrap the ball as many times as the dice landed on. They walked away with lots of fun prizes.
The kids painted winter inspired figures.
….but our favorite project during the first week camp was definity this balloon faces. They were so cute and the kids loved walking around with them.
The week after we made lantern penguins.
The kids decorated their very own Elf hat.
How creative are these kids with their Santa mask? 🙂
We even had a fun wheel spinning game that we created using an Advent calendar. They won lots of prizes there too.
This summer camp consisted of some of our favorite topics and there was many fun art things to do, it was almost sad that we had to condense it down, but the kids had a blast just the same.
Each day we did a short lesson plan which included reading books about our topic, sticker scenes and sensory play. Our favorites was doing a gardening activity and making a moon out of clay.
Art camp wouldn’t be art camp without tons of art. One of our all time favorites is sand art. Forewarning it can be messy and you will feel sand on the bottom of your feet for days! The kids love coloring with sand.
Of course the all time MVP is painting. Nothing beats a painting activity. We painted underwater scenes and rockets for this summer camp.
Check out the video for this art camp to see more of out fun activities.
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Last week we finished up our first art camp for ages 3 to 7. The kids learned about the seasons and we did related art projects according to each season. It was the most rewarding week yet at Imagine Play.
Every morning we started off with an activity. The kids learned the reasons for seasons, the weather for each season, and the calendar months associated with each season.
We also played season themed games, sang songs, read books and incorporated felt boards.
But most of all we did ART!
Art projects included painting of a beach, a scroll tree hand that represented fall, winter photo blocks and a spring flower pot with included grass seeds for them to plant at home.