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A family who loves art has created a seriously cool project that everyone in their city can enjoy. A Michigan dad and his six kids painted about 1,000 rocks over the course of a year then hid half of them in various spots across Grand Rapids creating a giant game of “I Spy.”

Aaron Zenz is an incredible artist and dad. Alongside his kids, he’s been creating family-friendly art for years . Their latest project, titled “Rock Around,” is an entry for an ArtPrize competition and it took the family’s creative activities to a whole new level. “We blew it up HUGE! In the past, we’d only painted about 40 objects for each outing, but for ArtPrize, we spent a year painting over 1,000 rocks,” he told Scary Mommy. “Each rock is it’s own little personality.”

After collecting more than 1,000 rocks, Zenz painted them one of seven base colors then had the kids paint whatever face they wanted on the rocks. Talk about an excellent family bonding experience. Some are silly, some are scary, but they’re all awesome. Each rock has a matching pair. “I took half of the rocks, 500, and arranged them outside the Children’s Museum in a sprawling display, creating a kaleidoscope of colors, shapes, and patterns,” Zenz explained. “I took the other matching 500 rocks and hid them all over Grand Rapids in random locations.”

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A family who loves art has created a seriously cool project that everyone in their city can enjoy. A Michigan dad and his six kids painted about 1,000 rocks over the course of a year then hid half of them in various spots across Grand Rapids creating a giant game of “I Spy.”

Aaron Zenz is an incredible artist and dad. Alongside his kids, he’s been creating family-friendly art for years . Their latest project, titled “Rock Around,” is an entry for an ArtPrize competition and it took the family’s creative activities to a whole new level. “We blew it up HUGE! In the past, we’d only painted about 40 objects for each outing, but for ArtPrize, we spent a year painting over 1,000 rocks,” he told Scary Mommy. “Each rock is it’s own little personality.”

After collecting more than 1,000 rocks, Zenz painted them one of seven base colors then had the kids paint whatever face they wanted on the rocks. Talk about an excellent family bonding experience. Some are silly, some are scary, but they’re all awesome. Each rock has a matching pair. “I took half of the rocks, 500, and arranged them outside the Children’s Museum in a sprawling display, creating a kaleidoscope of colors, shapes, and patterns,” Zenz explained. “I took the other matching 500 rocks and hid them all over Grand Rapids in random locations.”

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We’ve been talking a lot about spies this week. Our Spy Party for Little M was so much fun and I just know we haven’t seen the last of the spy activities for kids around here. I’ve collect a few easy activities that will be perfect for a lazy weekend or when the kids are on a break from school.

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As a side note, I used to love setting up pretend play areas for the kids but as they’ve gotten older their pretend play tends to be more sporadic and in the moment. I love that supporting this love of spy gadgets and spy play gives me a chance to get into pretend play with them again.