New Weekly Classes Starting Soon!

Spring Into Art at Kidcreate!

Spring is a good time to add some art into your child’s education! Art is sooo much fun and good for the brain too! Sign your child up for a weekly art class today!

Sing-Along Art (3-6 years)
Sing-Along ArtCome and sing along with us as we create art inspired by your child’s favorite songs such as: “I’m a Little Tea Pot,” “Itsy Bitsy Spider” and more. We’ll use glow-in-the-dark paint to make our little stars twinkle, get those “Wheels on the Bus” rolling with paint, and make bright, sunny art as we sing “You Are My Sunshine.” Combine your child’s love of art and music in this fun filled class!
Tuesdays 4/15-5/20, 10:30-11:30 – Eden Prairie & Woodbury

Keep on MovingKeep on Moving (18 months-6 years)
Shake, step, toss, dip, dance, and doodle. Your child will experience art while moving in all different ways. We’ll use a variety of interesting tools and techniques to create art that will really “move” you and your little one! We will be painting with our toes, tying and dyeing, throwing paint covered balls and much more. All while we move and groove to great kid music. Come ready to get messy while you play right along with your toddler.
Wednesdays 4/16-5/21, 9:30-10:15 – Eden Prairie & Woodbury

Artrageous- Homeschool Education (5-12 years)
ArtrageousCome and experience the outrageous side of art! Your young artist will learn about the Pop Art movement as they create larger than life pizza pillows, clay candy creations, enormous drawings of their favorite cartoon character and more! Many art techniques will be explored in this class including collage, drawing, sculpture and painting.
Thursdays 4/17-5/22, 1:30-2:30 – Eden Prairie & Woodbury
Signing up siblings? Sign up additional children for 50% off! This is a special discount available just to homeschooled families.

Click here to register for weekly classes at our Eden Prairie Studio.

Click here to register for weekly classes at our Woodbury Studio.

 

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