7230 E 29th St. N. Wichita, KS 67226   |  316.683.2500  |  TheArtParkWichita@gmail.com

Come have a fun, enriching experience during Kids Day Out! Children will get creative rotating between art and craft stations, have center time, play outside weather permitting, participate in PE class, dance, twirling and/or music theatre. A variety of art materials will be used each day; dress in clothes that can get messy, wear tennis shoes and sunscreen.  

Children under Kindergarten age MUST register for half day due to KDHE regulations. 

*ALL STUDENTS:  Bring a backpack, lunch, snacks, water bottle, we go outside in most weather.  Please make sure items are labeled with names. Wear tennis shoes & dress for a mess.*

Geared Towards Students Aged 4 – 12 Years Old 

Half Day Option: 9:00-12:30, $30 per person, per day (bring a lunch, we eat lunch at 11:00)

Full Day Option: 9:00-4:00, $45 per person, per day

(only available for students K-12 yrs.)



July 19, Woodworking Swords: Boys and girls alike will enjoy making a wooden sword to paint and decorate. Safety is our number one goal, students will be closely monitored while using tools and saws.

July 26, Minions: If you love all things Minion you’ll love these projects: drawings, lanterns and slime!!!

Aug 2, Lego Day: Students will enjoy rotating between different Lego stations and creating a Lego printed/stamped robot with paint.

Aug 9, Fun in the Sun Water Day: Bring your swimsuit, towel and spray sunscreen for fun water and sensory play on our playground. Please send spray sunscreen so your child can easily apply it themselves!

Aug 16, Garfield & Pets: If you love pets or enjoyed the Garfield movie you’ll love these projects!  Students will assemble a cardboard cat or dog portrait and learn how to use cardboard cutting tools safely, sample Garfield’s favorite food and have fun playing animal themed games in afternoon specials.

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17, Fall Small World Creation: come dig through our bins of materials to assemble a mini autumn world with interesting foliage and sculpt clay pumpkins.

18, Fall Science & Art: Participate in experiments with apple, pumpkin and gourd potion mixing stations and draw a silly mummy with mixed media.

21, Dia de Los Muertos: Decorate funny wooden skeletons and make crepe paper marigolds while learning about this unique holiday.

11, Lego Build: Master Builders unite! Builders will rotate between stations with exciting Lego building challenges as well as take home cute Lego themed crafts.

25, Turkey Sculpture: Your kiddos will love digging through our bins of materials to create a one of a kind wooden turkey sculpture out of bits and bobs.

26, Paint with Acrylic: Kiddos will learn techniques to paint colorful fall birch trees. Dress in clothes that can get messy!

27 (half day only!), Shrinky Dinks Keychains: Draw cute animals then shrink them in the oven! Once cool we will string them onto beaded necklaces.

20, Reindeer day! Make a cute cardboard Rudolph face with stick antlers to decorate your front door with. Participate in an indoor snowball fight in the afternoon.

23, Printmaking extravaganza! Make your own potato print wrapping paper!

24, Lego Day: Master Builders unite to create different scenes such as a dino-topia, jungle with animals, zoo and farm and then have fun participating in an eye spy challenge with their friends. Participate in an indoor snowball fight after lunch!

27, Sculpture Day: Make a snowman and wintery scene out of Shrinky Dinks.

30, Tinker Day: Make a mini scene in a paper mache globe ornament.

31, Tinker Day: Learn how to safely cut cardboard to create a penguin with moveable wings.

2, Watercolor Paint Day: Paint a cozy polar bear with clothes and participate in an indoor snowball fight after lunch!

3, Tinker Lab: Build a cardboard gingerbread house with lots of fun candy details. Students will use special tools to safely work with cardboard.

20, Clay Day: Create a clay charm to add to either a key chain or necklace.

17, Lego Day: Design and build a fantasy Lego car to race with your friends! May the best design win!  Look for race videos on social media.14,

Printmaking Day: We will make pretty mono-print cards with Gelli Plates to take home. Wear clothes that can get messy!

17, St. Patrick’s Day Theme: Remember to wear your green!!! Make a leprechaun habitat and paint a rainbow with liquid watercolor.

18, Junk Art Day: Dig through our bins of cool stuff to make a junk art flower bouquet and planter. This will brighten up those rainy spring days!

19, Clay Day: Make a little mama bird in a nest with clay and natural materials.

20, Cardboard Sculpture Day: Make a cardboard pet and color with Quick Sticks and decorate with wood pieces, costume jewelry and craft materials. So cute!

21, Lego Day: Draw a mini figure on scratch art paper, make a Lego necklace and build with your buddies until your hearts content.

18, Tinker Lab: Are your kids bugging you for a pet? We’ve got you covered with a “pet” fish in an aquarium that you will never have to clean or feed!  Kiddos will love creating a natural looking aquarium and choosing a plastic floating fish.

21, Our Natural World: Kiddos will have fun participating in a campus wide scavenger hunt, use a magnifying glass to examine insect specimens, decorate a canvas zipper pouch and enjoy a visit from a Great Plains Nature Center animal.

May 23, Lego Day: Young Architects will enjoy making cities, homes and fantasy buildings as well as making decorated blocks to take home.

May 27, Fun in the sun! Bring your swimsuit, towel and sunscreen for fun water and sensory play on the playground.

May 28, Fire Day! Students will enjoy this totally safe, super cool fire art process to make coasters or magnets to take home. Art looks like watercolor on tile at the end.

May 29, Coral Reef Day: Make a coral reef sculpture out of interesting wood pieces and paint it with florescent liquid watercolor.  Watch a quick, educational coral reef documentary movie theatre style in our MPR.

May 30, Tie-Dye Day: Join us to tie-dye a t-shirt and flour sack towel to take home.