Host a drawing exhibit for kids
August 25, 2009
Just about every child loves to take a marker or a pen and draw some sort of picture on a blank piece of paper.
If you know a group of kids who enjoys exploring their artistic side, it may be a good idea to host an art exhibit in your home featuring their work.
Aside from the fun factor, this is a great way to help a young child foster a talent they have, as well as give them confidence to continue on with drawing as they get older.
To do this properly, bare walls will be needed, as well as index cards to signify the name of the artists and the name of the piece they made. This will mirror art exhibits found in various museums.
For those who don't have wall space (or maybe not enough room on their walls), consider getting stand-alone frames that can be placed on tables, mantles and book shelves.
One idea is to simply use tape and tack up the works of art in random places around the house such as on the lamp or on the television screen.
Be sure everyone gets some sort of party favor at the end, such as a bag of art supplies for future endeavors.