These art project are perfect for the art lover in your life!
Art is a great way for kids to communicate, to explore their world, and to build a better understanding of their own creativity. These 25 Picasso Inspired Art Projects for Kids are a great way for you to explore one of the great masters with your children and spark their own inner artist. Have fun!
These cubist Christmas trees are a great way to learn about art and create fun drawings for Christmas.
This recycled art face can be made with items from around the house. What a great way for kids to get creative!
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This drawing is more than it seems. The pieces come apart so that they can be reformed into a myriad of different images.
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This Picasso-inspired self portrait is a great way for kids to express themselves and get creative with their self-image.
These masks are intricate and perfect for older kids to enjoy more detailed art projects.
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This face is a collage that lets kids create and arrange in any way that feels right to them.
How fun is a Picasso-inspired alien? There are so many other monsters kids can create, too!
This dove is a symbol of peace and a great way to explore expressive color forms.
This is a Picasso-inspired costume, but would also make great play for kids!
These vivid colors are gorgeous and a perfect way for older kids to explore blending along with cubism.
This cat is perfect for younger kids who are able to follow simple drawing directions. Forget about staying in the lines on this one!
How amazing is this pieced together face!? Several kids can work on this one together and come up with something truly unique.
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This marker portrait is bold and the lines are simple enough for most elementary-aged artists.
Kids are going to love cutting images out of a magazine for this art piece!
This piece examines a darker and lighter side of art together. It’s great for big and little kids to work on together, to.
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So much love in these cubist hearts. And such a fun project for Valentine’s day!
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These guitar collages are an awesome way to explore one of Picasso’s paintings and create unique pieces for each child.
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This crayon-resist art is such a unique project and gives awesome definitive lines for littles to color within.
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How awesome are these soda can faces!?! Yeah, they’re faces made from soda cans! I’m blown away!
These super creative masks use a mixture of small objects, colors, and cardboard to create vivid and beautiful art!
These clay faces are so much fun, and if you attach a string you could use them as ornaments, or even for a mobile to display year round.
Cock-a-doodle doo! This cubist rooster is so expressive and such a fun project for kids!
These masks use cardboard resistance to create truly unique collages that your kids will be proud of.
Want to explore Picasso’s blue period? Here’s a great way to introduce your child to it using water colors.
This vivid portrait is truly framable. Any child would be proud of the work they did on a picture like this.