Monday - Friday 10:00-11:30 $60 per week ages 3-5 years

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June 3-7: Dinosaurs

The day will begin with a reading of some of our favorite dinosaur stories and move into an observation of the dinosaurs. Students will then create dinosaurs using paper, paint and clay on a variety of surfaces.  Each day will bring a different focus or activity using dinosaurs and end with a group discussion of what was created.

June 10-14: Unicorns and other Magical Creatures

The day begins with a story and discussion of magical creatures. We will make observations and create using paper, paint, clay and collage art that represents our magical creatures and share with the group what we created along with the special qualities of each.

June 17-21: Brown Bear Brown Bear

This week will begin with a favorite as we discuss color and texture while we create some of our favorites from this classic.  Arts and crafts activities will include painting, collage and more.  Each day will include a story as we further our exploration in art.

June 24-28: Where the Wild Things Are and other fun stories...

Students will begin the week with a reading of Where the Wild Things Are and other famous monsters.  We will work in a variety of media as we create monsters of all kinds, name them and end the day by sharing our creations with our friends.

July 8-12: The Three Little Pigs and other classic fairy Tales...

The week will begin with stories about some of the old classic children's books.  We will create art in a variety of media, including paint, collage and clay among a few.  The telling of the story will be part of our morning as we create are representing the stories we have learned.

July 15-19: Pete the Cat Week!

Who doesn't love Pete the Cat?  This week will bring us our favorite blue cat as we read and sing to some of our favorite songs.  The week will include drawing techniques that help us to create one of our favorite characters in pencil and paint.  Collage and mixed media activities will help to support our favorite stories and songs.

July 22-26: Rainbow Fish

The week begins with the classic "Rainbow Fish" and continues with other 'sea' stories as we explore literacy, the sea and art in watercolor, collage, mixed media and printmaking.  A variety of activities will be available for the children as they round out the week under the sea!

July 29- August 2: Color Inquiry

Students will begin the week with the exploration of primary colors and the shades they are able to create. They will then move into color mixing and exploring complimentary colors and where we find them in nature and other places.


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Monday through Friday 12:00-1:30 $60 per week Ages 6-9 years

June 3-7: Space

Students will create using paper, paint and clay on a variety of surfaces.  Each day will bring a different focus or activity using space as our theme and end with a group discussion of what was created.

June 10-14: Unicorns and other Magical Creatures

The day begins with a story and discussion of magical creatures.  We will make observations and create using a variety of media that represents our magical creatures.  We will then share with the group what was created along with the special qualities of each.

June 17-21: Horses

This week will begin with a look at horses as we discuss color and texture as we create some of our favorites.  Arts and crafts activities will include painting, collage and more. Each day will include a draw along as we learn the anatomy of the horse.  Horse readings will be shared while we work.

June 24-28: Mosaics

Students will begin with a look at mosaics in art.  We will work through the preparation and apply mosaics to a variety of surfaces using paper, seeds, stones and tile.

July 8-12: Story Stones

The week will begin with stories about some of our classic children's books.  We will create using rocks as a surface to tell a story.  Different techniques for the stones will be used and students will use a variety of media to paint on this week.


July 15-19: Camping Fun

Who doesn't love camping?  This week will bring us our favorite camping art activities as we read and sing to some of our favorite camp songs.  The week will include drawing nature, both wildlife and trees.  Collage and mixed media activities will support our favorite stories and songs.


July 22-26: Master Painter's

This week begins with the classic slide show of the great Master's.  Each day will include a project where we paint or collage in a style similar to Matisse, Pollack, Kandinsky and others.  Students will explore Pointillism and abstract art.


July 29- August 2: Tie Dye and Batik

Students will begin the week with exploring primary colors as they work to practice tie dye and batik on t-shirts and fabric.  Students will need to bring a plain white t-shirt in their size on the first day of class.