New Weekly Classes Start Next Week!

Spring is a great 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!

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Doodlebugs and Flutterbys Weekly Class (18 months-6 years) 

Doodlebugs & FlutterbysLearn cool facts about bugs while creating beautiful butterflies, lovely ladybugs, wiggly, giggly worm art and more. We’ll learn about different creepy crawlies and have fun creating art inspired by the bug of the week. We’ll explore several art methods as we create sculptures, paintings and more.
Dates: Tuesdays 4/14-5/19, 9:30-10:15 or Wednesdays 4/15-5/20, 9:30-10:15 

I Can Paint a Rainbow Weekly Class (3-6 years) 

I can paint a rainbowDoes your young artist love to get messy with paint? Do you hate to clean up after them? Then this is the perfect class for your child! The children will learn about all the colors of the rainbow, including primary and secondary colors. They will learn how to mix their own colors and explore a variety of fun painting techniques. Literature and master artists’ work will be presented as inspiration as we explore color. Best of all… no clean-up for mom!
Dates: Tuesdays 4/14-5/19, 10:30-11:30 or Wednesdays 4/15-5/20, 10:30-11:30 

Glow-in-the-Dark Art Weekly Homeschool Class (5-12 years) 

Glow in the Dark ArtThese projects will ROCK your child’s world long after the lights go out at night. You guessed it, all the project we create in this class will glow-in-the-dark! How cool is that?!?!?! We will be working with a variety of different art supplies including clay, paint and other luminescent materials to create masterpieces your child will be ready to show off in the dark!
Dates: Thursdays 4/16-5/21, 1:30-2:30
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 Eden Prairie Weekly Classes.  

Click here to register for Woodbury Weekly Classes. 

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