Magic happens when kids work together. I love this list of super fun collaborative art projects for kids! From paint made with pudding to clay masks to painting with catapults, these collaborative art projects for kids will be a hit in your home or classroom.
Family Collaborative Process Art by Twodaloo
Edible paint and cute, little babies. Squee! The activity is awesome, and the kids in her photos are adorable.
Painting with Vegetables by Fantastic Fun and Learning
Diwali Rangoli Art from India by Kid World Citizen
I love this lesson. Colossal culture and color!
Silly Sensory Ball Kids Painting by B-Inspired Mama
I definitely need to do this with my girls. One of my daughter’s OT goals for her Sensory Processing Disorder is heavy work, and she LOVES art, so this would be a great fit for her.
Catapult Painting by Fun-A-Day
This is so good. So good. I can’t take it.
Big Art by You Clever Monkey
I love this blog, You Clever Monkey. Visit this link and check out Nichole’s blog. She’s awesome!
Collaborative Doodle Drawings from Pickle Bums
I love the focus on the faces of these kids. I love this activity! Easy and fun.
Circle Painting by Kinders by Deep Space Sparkle
There is a reason why Kandinsky projects are all over the internet. They work, they are fun, they are freeing, and the final results are beautiful! If you don’t already visit Deep Space Sparkle for your art lessons, go there now. Right away.
Kimmy Cantrell-Inspired Ceramic Tile Mural by Deep Space Sparkle
Masterpiece Mosaics: a Collaborative Art Project for Grades K — 8 by Teach Kids Art
What a fun way to study and appreciate works of art!
Wild Art by Here Comes the Girls
A fun project inspired by earthworks artist Andy Goldsworthy.
Drawing Prompt: Train Tracks by Bambini Travel
This is a great idea. Adding a little bit of a drawing can really spark creativity for more hesitant little artists. Sometimes a blank piece of paper can be a scary thing!
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