<I am so excited to share my guest spot on Juliet Hahn’s podcast, Your Next Stop. I always love to tell the story of starting my art education business, Young Rembrandts, and my passion for helping the world understand the importance of leveraging the gifts of right-brain thinking.
To honor the International Day of Charity on September 5th, our foundation donated lots of basic art supplies to elementary classrooms in California, South Carolina, Illinois and Georgia and more to classrooms that want to use art to enhance academic learning, with the help of DonorsChoose.org.
The fun of vacation and summer adventures are winding down and kids are back in school. This is good news in many ways – but this can also be a source of great frustration for our right-brain students. Sitting still and listening can be hard, especially for kids that need to see, touch and do in order to learn effectively.
Now that we’ve decided to make it a summer of reading adventures, here are a few tips to finding books that fit their interest and reading levels. Sound hard? Trust me it isn’t… all you need are your eyes, ears and a little parental discernment.