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Summer Things

What do you think of when you think of summer: warm breezes, sunshine, ice pops, birdhouses, sailboats… all of the above?  This theme pack celebrates Summer with a series of art lessons and exercises designed for children in Kindergarten to Grade 6 (ages 5-12).




In the Summer, temperatures rise and nature takes center stage.
Here are some art lessons to help you celebrate Summer at your art camp.




Our lessons are designed to be adaptable (including modifications where necessary), meaning you can use them for a wide range of ages, from Kindergarten through grade 6. In this way, you can cover the same skills and techniques with all of your students while giving them the freedom to learn at their own level. So, instead of prepping for a multitude of lessons for all of your classes, you only need to prep for one. This is a HUGE time saver for you.

The goal is to allow your students the ability to make choices as they follow the lesson, whether it be through decisions about what colors to use or what kinds of lines to draw. Examples are included where possible to show you that even with the same set of directions, children can and will create completely unique works of art (even when the lessons are step-by-step).

You will be amazed at the results.

Off the Fridge

See the amazing works of art KinderArt Club kids have been creating by visiting the Spotlight Gallery.

Be sure to submit your student(s) work to us at

Art Teaching Tips

Looking for hacks to make your life easier?
Here you can find tips to help you teach in the art room.

New from the KinderArt Crew! Awesome Architecture Activities for Kids is now available and we couldn’t be more excited!

 What Can I Draw Today? is a drawing prompt book for kids ages 8-12.


Please Remember

You can use the lessons in The KinderArt Club to build your own curriculum. You do not need to teach ALL of the lessons, but rather you can pick and choose which ones will work for you. All the the lessons will always be available to you so there’s no need to worry about “falling behind” or “catching up.”

If you need help with planning your curriculum, be sure to visit the E.A.S.Y. (Exploring Art Simplified for the Year) curriculum page.

As always, if you have any questions or suggestions, please write to Andrea at


Be sure to send me all of your student artwork and if you haven’t already, please join our Facebook Group.