Your guide to chalk art & games
Junior Dispatch, as part of a crossover with its sister site, York Weekend, is happy to present some tips and inspirational videos for kids and adults ready to make their own chalk art.
First up, we witness the master chalk artist, Julian Beever. http://youtu.be/ECeGwg7Cm0A
Take a look at what optical illusion chalk art looks like from another angle. http://youtu.be/m4hJY0OOco4
Another dramatic transformation. http://youtu.be/3SNYtd0Ayt0
More from the “Pavement Picasso,” Julian Beever. http://youtu.be/hfn8Dz_13Ms
This is a quick and simple game for young kids. http://youtu.be/3GpwsamlyuQ
Make a sidewalk obstacle course with all sorts of spins and instructions for players to complete. http://youtu.be/Up6A3RKLnw8
How about some extreme hopscotch? http://youtu.be/h_Kt_rqmODs
Or an even longer hopscotch sequence? http://youtu.be/bO8OctALeqg
Want to make your own sidewalk chalk? Find out here. http://youtu.be/Sy-lHippacw
Now learn how to make sidewalk paint. http://youtu.be/FTIECw2V0oo
Some sidewalk art tips from Lakeview Art Supply. http://youtu.be/jIkRVA_nBp4
Did you know there was a music group called Sidewalk Chalk? Check them out in their video called “Water.” http://youtu.be/xDK_ziljxzU
We can’t forget this one since we grew up in the 1980s — a song by Madonna called “Sidewalk Talk.” Just change the word “Talk” for “Chalk” and you’ve got a great kids song! http://youtu.be/3DsQ7TdL_-o
Finally, check out the videos from ChalkCityFamily, for a variety of neat ideas on chalk art products.