What do those scribbles mean?
Did you know....
There are countless theories about young children's art, most of which are evolving due to a better understanding of how the brain works and increased attention on child development. Despite the wide variety of theories, one thing is for sure: we must respect the child's work and not discount it as meaningless. In this article titled The Hidden Meaning of Kids' Shapes and Scribbles published in The Atlantic, Isablel Fattal states, "Your child’s quirky art isn’t just cute—science suggests that even the most bizarre depictions can have deep creative intention." Check out the article in the link above!
Summer Camp Update
A lot of our summer camp mornings are FULL, but take heart! We have plenty of afternoon spots available for your child to beat the heat and stay out of the rain. Check out our availability on our Summer Camp page. Updates are made weekly!
Family Open Studio
It has been a while, but we are having a Family Open Studio this Saturday 10-12. Our theme will be Earth Day and Recycled Art Fun. Six arts and crafts stations will be set up for all ages to enjoy, plus our fabulous play room will be available for the littlest artists! No pre-registration required. Cost is $15 per child, $5 per additional child.
Mother's Day Event