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Playing with Clay is Great for Your Child’s Development

Playing with Clay is Great for Your Child’s Development

Molding clay is the most creative work of the hands, don’t you agree? Children started making the clay itself first, then carefully shaping it into their desired bowl. Then they patiently waited for the clay to harden and be ready to decorate it and finally use it!

All these steps are done by the child’s hands! What an amazing creation!

“Clay folds,
Clay molds,
Clay rests.
Clay sets,
Clay dances to the tune you love to hum,
Clay grows into a person you finally become.” by Praveen

Creativity starts from explorations!

Creativity starts from explorations!

Children created their own art pieces with some leaves.

Are you ready for a great up-cycle craft for all of those empathy water bottles you have lying around? This water bottle fish craft is both easy and fun for kids. The fish designs are endless.

   

Art & Craft Lesson Makes You Happier

Art & Craft Lesson Makes You Happier

Children love to share happiness when they make the craft on their own. 

Cute tigers are roaring! Creative children are working on arts & crafts using different materials.

The art classes are inspiring and I always look forward to seeing the children’s finished work and their expression of it. The dragonfly gave children the imagination to hold it in their little hands and fly around the house. And the paper spinner is just entertaining to watch.

“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” ― Henry David Thoreau.

 

 

 

Craft Projects from Recycle Materials

Craft Projects from Recycle Materials

Some of our all-time favourite craft projects are born from recycling or re-purposing materials and we do it as often as we can! This week’s activity is making boats! Concentration and practice are the keys to success.

 

Besides, the art classes inspire seeing the children’s finished work and their expression of it. The dragonfly gave children the imagination to hold it in their little hands and fly around the house. And the paper spinner is just entertaining to watch.
“It’s not what you look at that matters; it’s what you see.”― Henry David Thoreau