Exquisite Corpse - Weird name, awesome game. This originated as a parlor game back when Surrealism was big, but now it's just a fun activity for one or multiple kids. Trust us, they'll love it.
Roll-A-Picasso Drawing Game - Use the printable and dice to make silly Picasso-inspired portraits.
Art History Matching Game - And the game is already made for you! Just print and cut cardstock and watch your kids learn without realizing it.
Scribble Drawings - Kids draw a scribble, then trade papers and use the scribbles as inspiration for a brand new drawing. This is a great one for restaurants, too.
Pass the Drawings - This is similar to Scribble Drawings. Have kids use multiple colors and encourage them to fill up the entire paper.
Dot Monsters - Like Connect the Dots, but DIY and so much more fun.
The Circle Game - Give kids a paper full of circles and ask them to stretch their creativity by making a different object out of each circle. This is probably best for older kids.
Luckily, art is fun, rain or shine. Stop by our art studio in Issaquah for family-friendly Friday night activities, summer camps, or even adult workshops!