Visual arts and handicrafts Aino Järvinen introduces and read a chapter from the book looking at the zebra, alongside a visual presentation. Next, illustrator Laura Merz guides you through a creative workshop on her zebra illustrations. You can find written instructions here.Age recommendation: 5 +Duration: 30:50 min.Publisher: Scandinavia House, Restless Books Make jellyfish in a bottle! This DIY project is a great homemade toy for the aquarium enthusiast in your life.Age recommendation: 5+Duration: 05:25 min.Publisher: Get Crafty Crafty How To Draw Easy Cartoon Faces Step by Step.Age recommendation: 6+Duration: 09:30 min.Publisher: DoodleDrawArt Toe drawingPut a pencil between your toes and draw. Are you left- or right-footed?Age recommendation: All ages.Publisher: Children and Youth Cultural Centre ARX. Instructions for a lockdown piñata.Age recommendation: Under 4Publisher: Children and Youth Cultural Centre ARX Letters in a picture. Now we will use lettersto make pictures – and this time, you can even draw the lettersupside-down!Age recommendation: 7-9Publisher: Espoon kuvataidekoulu Shapeshifting. You can turn a human hand into different kinds of figures: animals, trees, butterflies, birds.Age recommendation: 7-9Publisher: Espoon kuvataidekoulu Big, Beautiful, Ugly, Wild. Turn on your favourite music. What animal do you think of when you listen to the music? What kind of emotions are conveyed by the music? Paint and draw.Age recommendation: 12-20 yearsPublisher: Espoon kuvataidekoulu Inspiring and easy drawing guide videos with step-by-step drawing and colouring instructions and fun and sweet animations at the beginning and end. Age recommendation: 5–15Duration: several videos, 2–3 min.Publisher: Funillia Here’s a really easy way to make a mason jar snow globe.Age recommendation: 4+Duration: 03:02 min.Publisher: Mashable Watercooler Join cartoonist Dave McDonald as he shares a fun way to create your own characters for comics by starting with simple shapes!Age recommendation: 7+Duration: 04:03 min.Publisher: Dave McDonald Art You are a spy whose mission is to search for as many yellow (and other colour) items as possible in your home.Age recommendation: 5-6Publisher: Espoon kuvataidekoulu Entertainment Snacks. Pretend food is fun to make from ingredients found outdoors or from the nearby forest or your house!Age recommendation: 5-6Publisher: Espoon kuvataidekoulu A madhouse. What would your crazy house look like, and what would it be like to live in that house? Imagine a madhouse that would be full of surprises and where it would be fun to have adventures! Draw and glue!Age recommendation: 5-6 yearsPublisher: Espoon kuvataidekoulu Expressions from everyday objects. Build and take a photo of a assemblage (work of art that is made of different things put together), which presents expressions.Material in this work is different kind of familiarobjects in your home. The idea is to construct portraitswith different expressions and feelings.Age recommendation: 10-11Publisher: Espoon kuvataidekoulu Proper storage. Out of your kitchen cardboard recycling bin, find an appropriate box and design and prepare a storage unit for an object of your choice. The storage unit can be a wallet, sunglasses case, pock-et for your phone, pencil case, gift case or place to hide secret things.Age recommendation: 9-11 yearsPublisher: Espoon kuvataidekoulu When you take a step back from art, you might see something new! Here are instructions on how to make your own pointillist painting easily at home.Age recommendation: 7–12Publisher: Amos Rex.