Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Robot Party: Free Printable Art Activities and More...

Retro Robot Party Coloring Pages by B.Nute Productions
Looking for some ways to entertain the kids at your Robot Party? Look no further! Here are some Retro Robot Party free printable art activities and ideas to fill the time with at your upcoming party!

Free Printable Retro Robot Coloring Pages
Set out some crayons, markers and other art supplies, print out these coloring pages, and have a coloring contest! Coolest robot or Ray Gun design wins!
Free Printable Retro Robot Coloring Page by B.Nute productions

Free Printable Design Your Own Ray Gun Coloring Page

Instructions for Making Retro Robot Party Coloring Pages
1. Select each link above, and print out the coloring page on an 8.5" x 11" piece of paper (in landscape mode). 
2. Place on a table with crayons, pens and other art supplies.
3. Let kids have fun!

Printable items are copyright protected, and provided free of charge by B.Nute productions for personal use only. B.Nute's printables can not be sold, altered, or provided for download on any other site. For questions or inquiries, please contact B.Nute productions.

More Robot Party Art Activity Ideas
Make a Cardboard Box Robot
You've probably seen great cardboard box robots on kids at Halloween. Well, this is also a perfect activity for a robot party! Get several cardboard boxes, lots of glue and supplies and have the kids make several robots. Afterwards use the costumes for impromptu photos or robot relay races!

Make Robot Antenna
Kids will love these antenna, and make great photo ops as well! Head to your local drugstore or super store and pick up a bunch of inexpensive plastic headbands. Next stop, the hardware store for springs, and last stop to the art store for either pom poms, or small styrofoam balls. Now, have kids (with adult help) hot glue the springs to the headband, and put the balls or pom poms on the top of the springs. Kids can paint the balls as well if they like. Now put on and walk like a robot!

Decorate a Robot Inspired Frame
Head to the art store and pick up several inexpensive wood frames. Paint them all silver. At the hardware store, buy some nuts, bolts, screws, springs, gears and small similar items. At the party, set out a table with the silver frames, hardware and lots of glue and have kids create a collage on their frames. Make sure to take many pictures of the kids at the party, so they can put it in their new frame.

Make a Retro Robot
There's an art kit on the market perfect for this party-- a Windup Workshop Robots by Creativity for Kids. This was even written up on Family Fun as one of the Toys of the Year!


Amanda said...

This was featured today over at Today's Top 20! Hooray!


Unknown said...

thanks heaps I'm going to use these for my little man's robot party! xx