Where they are:
All children benefit from a space to be creative. Children are eager to explore different mediums, textures, and ways to express themselves.
What to expect in class:
Sculpt with a giant block of clay, design a family tree, paint a mural or make a creation of your very own.
Physical: Working with different textures supports sensory input, fine motor, and gross motor skills.
Cognitive: Creating your own work supports confidence and problem-solving skills.
Social: Not only are children learning social skills by sharing a work space and creating with others, they are also able to express themselves through another outlet before they have the verbal capacity to do so.
Adults: Get uninterrupted time with your little one; watch them create and play!