MIXED MEDIA PRESCHOOL
"Children are naturally creative. It is our job to give them the freedom, materials and space to let their creativity blossom to its full potential."
- Jean Van't Hul -
I am currently the Community Fine Arts Instructor for Mixed Media for preschool children through The Edmonds, and Bonsor Community Centers in Burnaby. Thank you so much to Andrea, Leah, Laurie, River, Caia and Karen for this exciting opportunity. To register for a program, please check out the Burnaby Leisure Guide at or call The Shabolt Centre for the Arts at (604) 291 - 6864.
PRESCHOOL MIXED MEDIA ARTS SCHEDULE
CITY OF BURNABY
BUILDING A YOUNG CHILDS' CREATIVE CONFIDENCE
Updated March 2020
Due to COVID - 19, all Community Centers are closed and all upcoming Spring Art Programs have been canceled until further notice. Please stay safe, healthy and creative and I will see all your smiling faces soon!
Beautiful Oops! By: Barney Saltzberg
Based on transforming an “oops” into something beautiful, this wonderful pop up book builds every young child’s creative confidence. "A spill, a smear, a smudge, a tear...when you think you have made a mistake, think of it as an opportunity to make something beautiful". Barney Saltzberg is the author and illustrator of "Good Egg", "Peekaboo Kisses", and lots of other bestselling books for children. I begin every class with this wonderful book!
JOLLY JEMIMA PRESCHOOL
HOW TO MAKE AN ARTRAGEOUS ROBOT!
I had the amazing opportunity of being placed in a Preschool in Livingston, Zambia through the volunteer organization IVHQ to assist in teaching Preschool Classes. This experience was truly unforgettable and life changing for me.
"You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make."
Updated May 2020
Hey Parents and Kids! Using your imagination you can learn How To Make An Artrageous Robot Pencil, Marker and Crayon Holder. You can use odds and ends from home. Click on the link with step by step instructions. Remember, stay creative and have fun!