These Van Gogh inspired projects are a great way to share master art with your children.
The subjects kids are introduced to while they are young tend to stay with them for life. These 25 Van Gogh Inspired Art Projects for Kids are a great way to inspire lifelong appreciation of great art, and fuel their own artistic imaginations. Have fun!
These Sunflowers are made from recycled cereal boxes and make a great 3D art project for your kids.
The swooping swirls of Starry Night are represented using crayons in this fun project.
Coffee filters are a wonderful way to introduce the littles to Sunflowers and they’re easy to work with.
Via One Artsy Mama
This project shows kids how to make Field of Poppies in the simplest way possible.
Torn construction paper is a great way to show your kids how to collage, and how to make Van Gogh’s Sunflower.
Using clay, you can show your children how to make the sparse lines that make up Van Gogh’s Field.
Believe it or not, they used dry wall plaster to make these Sunflowers. How amazing is that?
Even the little littles can get involved when you show them how to finger paint their own version of Starry Night.
Teach your children about symmetry and about Van Gogh’s Irises at the same time.
Watch your child’s eyes light up when they see this milk paint version of Starry Night come to life.
This project is a great way to show your children Mulberry Tree and teach them about how different people view art in different ways.
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This version of Starry Night uses a mixture of mediums and will show your kiddo’s how there are so many ways to create their masterpieces.
Using a greeting card, your child can create a 3D version of Van Gogh’s Chair that pops up when the card is opened.
If you’re working with a group of kiddo’s, this project is a great way to teach them to work together creating Starry Night.
Your child will love learning about self portraits when you introduce them to Van Gogh’s self portraits.
This amazing Starry Night was created by melting shaved crayon onto paper.
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Kids love making dioramas and with this one they’ll get to explore Van Gogh’s Room.
Print out this picture of Starry Night, then let your child interpret it as they wish while sponge painting it with their own color choices.
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Oil pastels are a wonderful medium to use, and make for bright, colorful Wildflowers.
These ornaments of Starry Night are probably best for bigger kids, but everyone will love how beautiful they turn out!
This bright picture of Van Gogh’s Sunflower is easy to make using black construction paper and tempera paint.
When you mix flour with paint, you can create this textured version of Sunflowers.
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Watercolors are great for kids of all ages, and they’ll love watching these Sunflowers come to life in this project.
Oil pastels are a wonderful way to explore Van Gogh’s Field of Wheat with Crows.
If your child wants to learn about more than Sunflowers and Starry Nights, this project introduces them to The Potato Eaters and teaches them what makes a Van Gogh a Van Gogh.