Nadiya Bobo



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Nadiya Bobo




WELCOME to my page!  Here you can find lots of fun Art activities you can do at home during our remote learning weeks!

You are free to choose any art challenge you want to complete ;-) 

Please take photos of your creations and e-mail them to me. Do not forget to include your name and teacher code when you send me an e-mail!

I miss you!

Have fun with your ART ;-)

WEEK #8 ---  May 11

This is our last week of remote learning!

Thank you for participating in our fun art activities and for sending me photos of your fun art projects!!!!

You can do these activities now or maybe try to do them over the Sunmer ;-)

1) Girls, do you want to learn how to make a skirt out of old jeans? Watch this From Old Jeans to New Skirt

2) Boys and Girls, maybe you will get inspired to build a birdhouse out of old wood... Watch this Bird House



WEEK #7 ---  May 4

1) I want to challenge you to make a portrait of yourself using Found Objects in your house! It is so fun! Try it and send me some pics ;-)

In this video you will see my family making our portraits, check it out - FOUNDobjectsPORTRAIT

(any age), materials: any found objects at home.

2) Here is another fun Recycling Project - HEDGEHOG

(any age), materials: plastic bottle, paint, pinecones or sweet gumtree balls (spiky balls in your yard) , hot glue.

3) Do you want to turn your old jeans into fun and unique jeans? Look at what I did with mine - Painted JEANS!

(for older grades), materials: jeans, ACRYLIC paint.


 WEEK #6 ---  April 27

April 22 was the Earth Day. What is the best way to celebrate EARTH DAY? Of course to create Recycled Garden Art ;-)))

See how to turn our landfill candidates into a beautiful creation for your yard! These are FAMILY PROJECTS so ask an adult to help you .

1) Choose any ideas or create your own Recycled Art out of metal - RecycleMetal

materials: metal cans, any metal...

2) Fun ideas for  Recycled Art out of plastic  - RecyclePlastic

materials: any plastic containers.

3) Here I used my wooden fence as the canvas, I painted my picture first and then screwed LOTS of plastic tops. Check it out --- Rooster

materials: plastic tops of any sizes and colors.


WEEK #5 --- April 20

I know all of you love to make projects out of CLAY, but of course none of us have clay at home. What if we try to pretend that Play-doh is our clay and have fun with it ;-)

1) in this video my daughter will show you how to make HOMEMADE play-doh using a few easy ingredients - HOMEMADE Play-Doh

(for any age), materials: flour, salt, oil, water, food coloring.

2) Learn how to make an easy ROSE out of play-doh - play-doh ROSE

(for any age), materials; play-doh.

3) Let's make a COIL POT out of play-doh - play-doh COIL POT

(for any age), materials; play-doh.


 WEEK #4 ---  April, 13

1) Our Homes are our whole world right now. Celebrate the space you are in! DRAW HOME challenge - Draw HOME

(for any age), materials: crayons or markers.

2) Have fun making Zentangle portrait  - Zentangle Portrait

(for any age), materials: magazines, markers.

3) Paper weaving - Paper Weaving

(for any age), materials: construction paper, scissors, glue.



I wanted to tell you about this fun Art Challenge "The Art of Hope". You may start coming up with ideas and plans during your spring break. Check out this flyer for more info "The Art of Hope" flyer   Submission details may be found in this attached flyer

Expression of HOPE through The Arts are a great way to allow you to process your fellings and emotions about our current state of event and positively reframe felling of HOPE. Henry County Schools along with the Fine Arts department will be sponsoring "The Art of Hope" challenge to ALL students of HCS.

Remember,  this particular challenge you have to submit here , you may need help from your parents to submit. 


WEEK #3 --- March, 29

1) Have you ever made sculptures before? What about making one out of FOIL? watch this video ---  FoilSculptures , inspired from the famous Sweden sculptor Alberto Giacometti,

(for any age), materials : foil, scissors

2) Find some fruits and lets draw them, watch this video for some ideas ---  FRUITS   , inspired by the famous Still Life painters: Paul Cezanne, Lily Spencer, William Johnson,

(for any age), materials : oil pastels OR crayons OR paint...

3) Listen to the beautiful song "What a wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong, maybe you will get inspired to draw something too, watch what I painted -- What a Wonderful World (part 2))

(for any age), any art supplies.


WEEK #2 --- March 22 ---

1) Do you want to learn how to make HOMEMADE watercolors? Watch this video I have made for you -  HOMEMADE watercolors

(for any grade) 

2) Here is a wonderful inspiration for your art project. Listen to this beautiful song "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong and let's get inspired to paint what comes to yor mind after listening to it! What a Wonderful World! (part 1)

(for any grade)

3) Do you have some carboard boxes laying around? Here is a fun art project for you. Elephant out of cardboard ;-)

(for older grades, needs help of an adult)


WEEK #1 --- March 16

Here you can find more fun ideas for art activities. You can choose any art challenge you like to try out (or you may have time to do all of these):

1) Here is a video I have created for you with a fun art project you can do at home using scrap paper ---  Matreshka-scrap paper art

And of course you can make your own scrap paper art.

2) Create a color wheel on your floor using items you have at home, look at this fun examples. COLOR WHEEL challenge

Do not forget to take a photo of your creation!


March, 13 ---

These art challenges are separated by grades, but you can choose any challenge from any grade level. Complete one art challenge per week (at least). You can aslo find examples of some of those art activities under each grade on my webpage. Use any art supplies you have at home. 

GET CREATIVE and add your own ideas! IT'S YOUR ART, have fun with it!

CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW  to explore fabulous art activities to complete during the digital learning days! 

Never Stop Learning ART challenges



REMEMBER, do not forget to sign your art  (your full name, classroom teacher, grade, date)

If you can create more than one piece of art per week I will be even more happier!

I would love to see you art creations,  you can email it to me at -