Looking forward to messy toddler art fun tomorrow morning.
Since my kids are older now, spending a morning with little creators, exploring, trying, and generally making is just the next best thing to my time as a young mama where it was all about now.
This little guy was intent on getting the stick stuck.
We had fun making stick-y structures in styrofoam during Messy Toddler Art time yesterday.
These messy mornings take a break for July but get back to the business of mess on Friday, August 3rd.
Until then, it’s Camp CReATE and more!
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Looking forward to a messy morning with curious little ones at 10am at CReATE. Come play!
This quote by Maryann F. Kohl speaks to my core about the necessity of art not just for kids, but for all.
Nothing like good ol’ fashioned finger painting. Children seem so in tune with their senses and being in the now.
Shaving cream was on todays messy toddler menu for super bubbly fun.
Messiness is about physically getting into whatever lays before you. Today was about shredded paper with paint, water, glue and curiosity. Owen got a shredded paper heart out of it too.
We’ve got a great month planned for you.
Follow our daily instagram posts with the hashtag #createhearts featuring hearts of all varieties to inspire lovingness.
We have our usual open studio time, deal times and days, Messy Toddler Art Fun, Field Trip visits, Troop visits, Machine Sewing classes, Girls Club Strong Confidence Classes, A Pinspired Night, parents Night Out, M.A.T.E.S. Steam Night, Birthday Parties, a Spotlight on YARN and Oak Parks Super Saturday!
Let’s have a lovely time creating together.
Shining last light on styrofoam, we think of packing peanuts and the hands on play that can ensue.
If you get a delivery of styrofoam or its alter ego -a corn starch based backing material (pictured here) is even better for curious science style fun. It can fuse together with water! Go on, explore…
Messy Toddler Art Fun meant creating and exploring with this n’ that this morning. We even got to mess around with some interesting Styrofoam stuff which is our material spotlight this month!
Our messy toddler friends had fun with all things shredded paper!
We made pumpkins, put it in bottles, glued it to paper and painted it too. It was a messy good time.