I love Dancing with the Stars!! So do 10 million other people. It’s about art. It’s about creativity. It’s about what can happen when you tap into your creative side.
There’s been a lot of noise on social media lately about coloring books designed for adults. They are supposed to help us relax and leave the world behind as we get out our colored pencils, leave the stress of daily life behind and enjoy time spent coloring.
Art matters, being creative matters. The right side of our brains are there for a reason – and it’s up to us to develop and use all the gifts we have been given. So have some fun finding ways for your kids to explore and enjoy doing art. And invite your self to the party.
Art teachers are a special breed, a special breed that doesn’t always get the attention and accolades they deserve. You might even say they’re an endangered species.
Dyslexia is very misunderstood. It is really a learning style rather than a disability. Children with dyslexia have difficulty with very specific things. The key to their success is early intervention.
Teaching our children that their freedom came at an extremely high price is essential. I have gathered a few child-friendly activities to do as a family to help get this important message across.
While the typical family is enjoying a casual summer, the typical student brain is forgetting up to 40% of the information learned during the school year. Try some of these activities to combat the “summer slide.”
Drawing classes can provide children with autism a safe social setting where they can be part of the group, while participating in a creative, focused and independent activity.
Under normal circumstances, summer brain drain can amount to a significant learning loss, as much as 2 1/2 months per student, with the biggest losses in math and reading. But, time spent distance learning, has created additional concerns about the potential losses that lie ahead. Sign up for this FREE eBook full of great ideas to keep the learning happening all summer!