Wildwood Nature School in NW Portland introduces new Art Classes for Fall 2012!
Creating art helps young children develop imagination, creativity, and self-esteem as well as early math skills, such as, spatial awareness, pattern, and symmetry. At Wildwood Nature School, the focus is on the process of making art — learning about color, line, and shape and experiencing different media — rather than on acheiving a pre-determined “ideal” result.
We offer two classes, each tailored to a particular age group. The classes are drop-off, although parents are welcome to stay if they like.:
Tuesdays 10:00 am – 11:00 am, ages 2-4
Session 1 (October 2 – 30) Art Exploration — Children will explore a variety of media and processes for creating art.
Session 2 (November 6 – December 11, no class Thanksgiving Week) Sticky Fingers — Art created with glue and other adhesives.
Tuesdays 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm, ages 4-6
Session 1 (October 2 – 30) Natural Arts — Children will use items collected on nature walks to paint, print, collage, and create.
Session 2 (November 6 – December 11, no class Thanksgiving Week) Homemade Cards and Gifts — Children will create artwork perfect for giving to family and friends.
For more information or to register for one of the fall sessions, please contact email@example.com or visit the Class Offerings section of our website.