30 Days, 30 Ways of Connecting with Your Child {Day 8}: Art Attack!

30 Days of Connecting with Kids Day 8 INSTA

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” ― Pablo Picasso

Kids love arts and crafts and naturally so. It’s a wonderfully simple yet effective way to nurture their innate creativity, foster their imagination and most importantly, make memories that last a lifetime.

From painting ladybugs using thumbprints to make handmade cards for aunts and uncles, doing art and craft is a lovely way to spend an afternoon, laughing, talking, discovering and exploring.

Finlee and Chloe love arts and crafts, and they love it even more when I join in.  If you’re short on time, literally grab some paper, the paint set and start painting.

Kids and parents will always find something to paint and not to mention how therapeutic painting is. If you have a few extra minutes set up an arts and crafts idea such as this: flower craft idea for kids, or recycling craft idea for kids.

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30 Days 30 Ways to Connect with your Kids Dot Markers DAY8

Make art time even more fun with our delightful dot markers that are ergonomically designed for little hands and have vibrant colours perfect for creating paintings, cards, decorating wrapping paper and more!

Connecting with Your Kids: Creativity Booster

30 Days 30 Way to Connect with Kids Writing Prompts Day 8

Want to boost creativity and connect with your kids while helping them improve their writing skills as well? This set of a week’s worth of seriously cool ideas for writing or writing prompts by picklebums is perfect for this. Packed with interesting prompts that make writing tons of fun while giving you an insight into your child’s mind, these are great for weekends and rainy days!

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