Wordless Wednesday: Kid Art

Written by NPN_Admin on April 18th, 2012

Edited by Momma Jorje

Arts and Crafts, Natural Learning, Wordless Wednesday
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This week we asked: What does kid art look like?

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Coyote (4 months) contributes to Mom and Dad’s gratitude list.

Geneva blogs at The Mommy Dialogues.


Making the most of toddler scribbles, by Noah and Heidi!


From Wendy K: “When life gets in the way, it’s easy to let the non-essentials slide. I recently promised myself that I’d make more of an effort to fit art projects in every day. It’s so important to me that my son learns the feeling of freedom and discovery that comes with creative self-expression (and at 2 years old, he just loves making a mess!)”

Wendy K blogs at ABCs & garden peas.


This is Andrew, at age 2.5. He loves to draw, and this is his version of a mouse!

Kymberlee blogs at Our Crazy Corner of the World.


Trying to decide if he’s finished, or if he’s got room for one more…

Emily blogs at Embrita.


Humnoy’s first free-hand work of (kid) art at 12 months!

Submitted by The Laotian Commotion.


From Leta: “My Mother’s Day card from Lara aged 2”

Leta blogs at Attachment Mummy.


Four-year-old Mikko concentrates hard on one of his many projects, which he calls “decorations.”


A recent masterpiece (as Mikko termed it):
Two friends in the snow. I get a kick out of how big everyone’s eyes are, and how their smiles go off their heads.

Mikko’s mama, Lauren, blogs at Hobo Mama.


Tyler likes to design oufits.


Sasha loves to paint with big sister Tyler.

Tyler & Sasha’s mommy blogs at Momma Jorje.

Tell us: What does kid art look like in your family?

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