Diptych Nature Collage

Does your child like to stuff rocks in their pockets at the park or carry sticks around in the woods? If so this project is perfect for your little collector. If that’s not a habit of your child/children then these Diptych Nature Collages give you a great excuse...

Falling Leaf Mobile

I love celebrating the changing of the seasons. We started off our Autumn session with a Falling Leaf Mobile to honor the changing color of the leaves! In this lesson plan we practiced a lot of fine motor skills such as drawing, cutting with scissors, glue control,...

Art & Literacy: Lois Ehlert Clay Flowers

Lois Ehlert’s, Planting a Rainbow, was a great fit for Studio Sprout’s summer curriculum because it combines the themes of art and garden. I love Ehlert’s educational approach through simple story telling and bold visuals. Planting a Rainbow is a...

Celebrating Spring: Flower Suncatchers and Painted Eggcartons

Spring is here! Can you feel the buzz? We kick started our spring session with a wonderful flower project inspired by The Artful Parent. Suncatchers are a wonderful way to beautify a space and they are easy to make. All you need to make a suncatcher is clear contact...

Clay Leaves

Lately I’ve been inspired to try more advanced instruction with my students.¬†Deep Space Sparkle has given me endless ideas for painting, drawing, and clay projects. Patty Palmer does an amazing job with her tutorials. She has a wonderful web store complete with...