We love to try new ways to create beautiful artwork with our kids. From handprints to fingerpainting, momstown moms and kids love to get messy with mixed mediums while they work together on crafts!

momstown moms and kids are learning all about colour this month at our community events, so we wanted to teach the babies, toddlers and preschoolers the ASL sign language for their colours! What a fun way to add to their knowledge and sign together!

We love to get creative with crafts, but momstown moms know that there are lots of ways to teach your child about colour through science, sensory bins and even outdoor scavenger hunts! Here are 10 great activities to help your toddler and preschooler learn about colours and colour mixing.

Flowers are in bloom and are a perfect gift for Mother's Day or even for a special teacher at the end of the year. We love that you and your child can make a vase using a recycled juice container and some foil.

This craft is a combination of learning the sign AND doing a handprint craft that mom or grandma will treasure for Mother's Day. This is a great craft to make at Sunday School or even in classrooms to send home as a Mother's Day piece of art!