Our art program is designed to promote your child's creativity. We focus on the PROCESS, not the end product. It is OK if your child's dog doesn't look like a dog, or if he colors his apple purple. That is your child's work (not the teachers) and that is his/her level of understanding of the real world right now.
REMEMBER: Our number one priority in art is that your child did it all by him/herself, he/she enjoyed doing it, and is proud of his/her work.While my oldest daughter has some artistic talent, the other five pretty much just enjoy being creative, and as I've written in previous posts here on my blog, I LOVE nurturing that creativity in them!
So, as with most weekends, I plant get out those paints and markers and colored pencils and scissors and glue this weekend and have a sensory development/cognitive development-fest!
Now I've just got to find an empty vertical space on a wall where I can display the end product...
Here are some fun things to help get your creative juices flowing....