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...

Rainbow Mobiles with Recycled Materials

I love making art out of household items that normally would be thrown in the trash. I believe it’s important for students to bring items from home and see how they can be turned into art because the magic changes from abstract concept to reality. This...

Paper Roll Sculpture and Flubber

Studio Sprout strives to be a good steward of the planet by reducing our footprint in a variety of ways including utilizing recycled materials in our projects. We kicked off the fall session which will focus on exploring 3-D art with Paper Roll Sculptures made from...

Wind Chimes and Shaving Cream Play

To wrap up our six-week session which focused on taking art outdoors and incorporating the outdoors into our art we made wind chimes. I love the element of wind and thought it was a great challenge to work this into our art. I usually don’t create age specific...

Colored Glue Collage, Chicks, and Gardening

Drizzling glue is almost intoxicating for young children. Perhaps its utilizing all those hand and arm muscles that feels so good. Perhaps it’s the viscous nature of glue and the way it moves, or maybe the silky then sticky quality is what entertains the senses...