Because it’s never too early to enjoy art,
here’s an arty-friendly selection to boost
your kids imagination, arouse their curiosity
and develop their creativity!
3 games to discover 22 major works of art! Memory : find the most matches!Mime and find : help your teammates guess the most works of art by describing them in full, with a single word then by mimingWho am I? : guess which work of art the other player has before they discover yours! Includes a 16 pages booklet full of informations to impress your...
Here is the strangest game invented by the Surrealists: the "exquisite corpse". Inside the dotted lines, draw whatever comes to mind, then hide it and pass it on to your neighbour... and so on! The result, often crazy looking, sometimes resulting in collective works of art, will surprise you! BILINGUAL PRODUCT
Wouldn't it be great if we could bring some excitement to everyday objects? Turn a collander into a flying saucer, a typewriter into a horrible, hairy monster... Have a go at making these objects come to life! BILINGUAL PRODUCT
Now this is quite bizarre, one half of these objects have disappeared. What could the missing half look like? Let your imagination have a go at inventing the other half! BILINGUAL PRODUCT
Get your pens, pencils and felt tips and find out about the different artistic movements of the 20th century while creating your very own works of art! You will also find lots of tips about how to finally have fun at the museum! Printed in France using vegetable-based inks.
We often draw the same house: a square, then a triangle for the roof, a little chimney, windows and a door… Architects, however, dream up all sorts of houses! Come discover their craziest designs and then take a turn at designing your own outlandish house! Printed in France using vegetable-based inks.
So who was Picasso? He was an inexhaustible artist who tried everything and who lived to create! With pencil in hand, discover the adventure of his fabulous life through this activity book, developed in conjunction with the Musée Picasso Paris. Printed in France using vegetable-based inks.
There is no better way to understand how an artist sees things than to use your imagination and keep your eyes wide open. With pencil in hand, discover all about Picasso through this activity book, developed in conjunction with the Musée Picasso Paris. Ages 8 and up Printed in France using vegetable-based inks.