How fun is an art game? Can I make art with closed eyes? What happens when music meets art? How can I develop my observation drawing skills? What If I transform my self-portrait into a puppet?
These are some of the questions that will find their answer through the specially designed 3-6 years-old activities in the Arts & Crafts Familior Curiosity Box.
Each box contains all the materials needed for the activities, books and items that will unlock the secrets of art and will motivate much more gameplay.
Children together with the educator will be able to work with up to five different activity groups, according to their interests,their wishes and their group of age.
ActivitiesConfidence and Creativity Art Projects
Art is naturally linked to creativity, an attribute that is increasingly being touted as one of the most important factors for the success of individuals. Moreover, art builds confidence especially when it focuses on the process than the finished product.Open-ended, process-oriented art is nothing but an endless opportunity for making choices, coming to conclusions, and evaluating results. Children become more comfortable with uncertainty and remain flexible thinkers, which is key for creativity and confidence.
Confidence and creativity art products do focus on the process of creating art, rather than the outcome. So, what is a magic drawing with crayons? How can I draw with both of my hands? Is it possible to close my eyes and create art? How can a scribble become a piece of art?Children along with our trained babysitter are going to learn the power of art.Developed SkillsSpeech & LanguagePhysicalCognitiveSocialEmotional
Art allows children to explore feelings and deal with daily and significant events in life. Art materials provide a safe outlet for emotions and help children express themselves freely in a non-verbal way. Feelings and ideas can be reduced to a manageable size and manipulated as desired. Art activities offer an environment where it is safe to experiment and create, where questions are encouraged and children have access to materials they need to have fun.
So, how can I create art through music? Is it possible to create faces using sea rocks? How can I express my feeling through paper bag masks? Can I make art using eye stickers?Children along with our trained babysitter are going to express themselves using a variety of art technics.Developed SkillsSpeech & LanguagePhysicalCognitiveSocialEmotional
Art enables children to express themselves in a variety of ways as well as to try technics that will help them develop skills such as observability, critical thinking and problem solving. Through the “Experimentation with Ideas and Technics» group of activities, children are going to develop observational drawing skills, create patterns, use tapes and create art formats by following instructions and adding lines.
How can I make a human shape using a wood mannequin? Is it possible to draw animals using specific geometrical shapes? How can I create a work of art using tapes? What about patterns? Children along with our trained babysitter are going to learn art technics and experiment with materialsDeveloped SkillsSpeech & LanguagePhysicalCognitiveSocialEmotional
Art is fun. Drawing games are so much fun and a wonderful way to encourage creativity and connection. Through art games, children can learn that drawing doesn’t have to be something you are ‘excellent’ or ‘bad’ at, but instead can be an enjoyable creative activity for anyone. Drawing games encourage creativity and self-confidence. It is the best way to create art through giggling and to use art as a way of connection with others.
Children along with our trained babysitter will draw back and forth, combine different body parts creating a strange man, draw using a flashlight and create a 5 dot draw.Developed SkillsSpeech & LanguagePhysicalCognitiveSocialEmotional
Children love to work big, and work three dimensional. They also like to use their whole body at work. Making activities for kids a whole body experience using materials that can create 3D art is an unforgettable experience. There are so many great sculpture ideas for kids that use everything from toothpicks, cardboard, wood to dough-based material.
So, children along with our trained babysitter will make sculptures using toothpicks and dough, develop a magnetic building set out of cardboard, transform their self-portrait into a puppet, use wood sticks to make magnet building set and create monsters out of dough material.Developed SkillsSpeech & LanguagePhysicalCognitiveSocialEmotional