The art of flower arranging is a fun activity to do with your kids. Not only is it simple and inexpensive, but it also helps your kids develop their creativity, fine motor skills, and concentration.
In Japan, the art of beautifully arranging cut stems, leaves, and flowers in vases and other containers is called Ikebana.
Let’s try to draw and paint a unique flower arrangement with watercolors!
How To Paint Watercolor Flowers
We’re going to make an Ikebana painting using watercolors.
This activity is quite challenging for younger kids. Still, it lets them discover the basics of making colors and introducing color shading. As for older kids, they can explore light and shade and flower tones and textures.
You can also follow the instructions in our YouTube video below.