This 45-minute class is a great opportunity for parents to guide their toddlers through the exploration of materials perfectly suited to their innate interests. They'll be drawing with special crayons that glide on the page, using stamps big enough for feet and hands, watercolors that vividly demonstrate color-mixing, glue that's easy to spread, fabric that's soft and bright in color, scissors that are easier to hold, and the list goes on and on. We make it a priority to seek out the best art materials for our youngest artists! Every material and project is carefully selected to complement the unique characteristics that define "toddlerhood". This class is great for developing SOCIALIZATION, FINE & GROSS MOTOR SKILL DEVELOPMENT, UNDERSTANDING OF CAUSE & EFFECT, LANGUAGE ACQUISITION and AN EMERGING AWARENESS OF THEMSELVES AS ARTISTS!
• Caregiver or parent stays (and participates!) in class. Come dressed for a (creative) mess. While we do have smocks, toddlers like to fully engage with the materials and we encourage this type of exploration! • FOR SEMESTER ENROLLMENTS: The last class is a free make up session, which all children are welcome to attend whether or not they have missed a class.
New York, NY 10034
• The entrance is on 212th street between 10th Avenue and Broadway. There are a couple of steps to walk down on the north side of the street.