Celebrating Wild Artists!

We’re giving away a limited number of free Wild Art kits on November 28 & 29, 2020.

Kits include materials for all of the activities on this page!  The items in these kits were selected because they are reusable multiple times, in multiple ways! Sometimes kids art projects generate a lot of waste. But art can be both creative and sustainable. Even if you didn’t snag a cool kit, most of the materials in these kits are household items or are available online.

We want to hear how you reduce, reuse, or recycle the items in your kit! Tell us online by using the hashtag #BZWildART!

*Register Now to receive your free art kit (30 per day/one per household). Join us for a live, art-themed story time each day at noon for some extra art-themed fun! Registrations required to receive your kit, as supplies are limited.

These art kits and our art story time are supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on DelawareScene.com.

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Art Kit Giveaway

Art Contest Alert!

Share photos of your art with us for a chance to be featured on our Facebook and Instagram pages by using the hashtag #BZWildART


YouTube Videos

Story Time
Enjoy an art-themed story time! We’re reading Anywhere Artist by Nikki Slade Robinson with a lizard friend.

Learn How to Make Slime!
Check out this video where art and science meet! Learn how to make SLIME, just like animals do, and why it’s important for some animals to be so SLIMY! Note, parental supervision is recommended for this project! 


Art Kit Resources

Download the art activity guides for full instructions on how to use the resources in your kit. Instructions also include directions for regular household materials so you can be an artist even if you didn’t receive a an art kit!

Crayon Recycling

Write Again: Crayon Recycling
Using a silicone ice cube tray you can make multi-colored crayons from little broken pieces!

Bottle Bird Feeder

Bottle Bird Feeder
A 3-D printed piece (included in the art kit) transforms a soda bottle into a bird feeder!

Mud Painting

Mud Painting
A great temporary painting to do outside on your sidewalk or driveway!

Rain Painting
Use powdered paint and rain to create a cool work of art!

Popsicle Stick Bracelets

Popsicle Stick Bracelets
After using popsicle sticks to stir the slime and paints, you can add a touch of art to create a friendship bracelet.

Cookie Cutter Feeder

Cookie Cutter Bird Feeder
You can use a cookie cutter to make a bird feeder and enjoy watching the wild critters that come to eat it. (All materials for this activity are not included in your kit)

Salt Dough Ornaments

Salt Dough Ornament
For another creative way to use cookie cutters, try making salt dough ornaments! (All materials for this activity are not included in your kit)

Potato Stamps 
You can decorate the canvas bag as well! Try making stamps out of potatoes!