Find Classes
Log In

There are no open spots for this class, but we found something similar!

5.0 (1) · Ages 6-7

Draw Ice Cream & Macaroons

5.0 (1) · Ages 5-8

Beginning Art: Circle Doodles: Drawing Emoji Ice Cream Cones!

5.0 (15) · Ages 6-10

Marbling Magic

5.0 (3) · Ages 7-12

How to Draw: Pusheen and Friends Ice Cream Truck | Art Class

5.0 (1) · Ages 6-11

Procreate Adventures: Scoops of Fun - Design Your Dream Ice Cream Treat

5.0 (16) · Ages 5-7

"CVC" Ice Cream Shop


Easy Shaving Cream Marbling Art for Kids

In this class, students will explore how science can be integrated with art to make amazing creations. Students will use shaving cream to create a printing technique by using just 3 simple supplies, shaving cream, coloring, and paper.
Kimberly Hanson, M. Ed.
546 total reviews for this teacher
4 reviews for this class
Completed by 12 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
year olds
learners per class


Charged upfront
Meets once
30 minute class

There are no open spots for this class.

You can request another time or scroll down to find more classes like this.


Class Experience

Students will learn about the vocabulary for the lesson such as print making, the process of printing, the color combinations to make cool and warm pieces, the science behind the marbling and ways you could use it outside of class. 
I have been teaching for 17 years,  I have a passion for music and art and love to teach it to beginner reading students.  Music and art opens so many possibilities and art is so easy to do if you have the write tools of shapes. I strive to integrate many topics into one since I usually only get to have my students once a week. You can learn something one day and be able to use it right away.  I teach   PreK-5th grade general music and art,  This includes learning art and music history and basic knowledge to build upon. 
*A container to put shaving cream in bottom, make sure the container is big enough for the half sheet of paper to lay down flat *Shaving cream - the cheap white kind works the best *food coloring or liquid water colors *something to mix colors up like a plastic spoon and something flat to scrape the extra shaving cream off like a Popsicle or plastic knife. *2 pieces of paper cut in half (Card stock is the best for this project since shaving cream sticks, but printer paper can be used but make sure you get all the shaving cream off in the end) *I'm using a cookie sheet but anything like a newspaper or towel is needed to lay the paper on after it is dipped so it can dry and something to wipe your hands with -old towel or paper towels
Students will have complete pieces at the end of class that shows the marbling process and how successful the transfers were.  Students will talk about their favorite pieces.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.


Kimberly Hanson, M. Ed.It's A Great Day To Learn Something New!
546 total reviews
613 completed classes

About Me

Hello, My name is Kimberly Hanson and I am excited to teach your child!  I received my Master's Degree in Elementary Education through Texas A&M.  I have a Bachelor's Degree of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies for Early childhood through 5th... 
Get The App
SafetyPrivacyCA PrivacyLearner PrivacyTerms
© 2023 Outschool