Saturday April 17th
We weren’t able to have a proper Art Show this year, but we have published some of our favorite craft projects so you can do them at home. And, start your day with some Bug Yoga! (All Ages)
Bug Hats and Masks
For these crafts, you’ll need paper plates, scissors, and crayons or markers. Print out a copy of the mask you want to make, and have fun! (All Ages)
Insect Rings and Bracelets
Patterns for insect rings and bracelets. For these crafts, you’ll need scissors, crayons, and tape or a stapler. (All Ages)
Adjective Scavenger Hunt
These two exercises get kids to practice looking and counting — as well as reinforcing what adjectives are. For a great extension activity, try graphing the different kinds of insects you found on your tally sheet– ants, moths, and more!
Insects have bilateral symmetry — which means if you draw an imaginary line through them, they are the same on both sides. Practice thinking about symmetry, shapes, and colors with this exercise.
Spotted Lanternfly Origami
Learn about this invasive species while you also make some art!