Monthly Archives: June 2011


The past couple weeks we’ve been building with jenga blocks and recycled scrap wood. We constructed harbors and boats, we created fantastical fortresses and powerful walls but most of all built towers. Towers built on our own and towers built … Continue reading

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An Article from the Museum of Children’s Art, in Oakland California.

The Benefits associated with children learning art while they are young. 1. Art stimulates both sides of the brain. 2. 33% of kids are visual learners. 3. There are studies that show that kids, who make art, read better and … Continue reading

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