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Sensory Art Saturdays with pop art! kids
June 17 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Join Ms. Rosie from pop art! kids for our Saturday morning children’s programming.
For children ages 1.5 to 5 years.
An art class quite unlike any other, you can expect to be welcomed into a child-led experience where a new weekly theme will encourage imagination and exploration.
5 multi-sensory stations including a dry sensory bin, a messy sensory station, a playdough table, a makers project and a collaborative experience will be inviting your little artist to explore freely each week, with new materials, textures and themes.
This Saturday session will include an interactive storytime, where using the Whole Book Approach we include dramatic play, art and sensory stations to dive into a book from the Picture Book children’s storybook collection. Today’s book is Scaredy Bath by Zoe Foster Blake.
Pre-order Scaredy Bath from Picture Book for pickup at Yellow Studio on June 17.
Limited to 14 kids.
Child of a Member: $30
Child of a Non-Member: $35
10% sibling discount.
About pop art! kids
Pop art! kids is a sensory art and learning studio. A studio for children ages 1-5 and their grown ups! Every class at pop art! kids is a caregiver and child class. A community for children and parents (or caregivers) to build a creative relationship with one another. Greatly inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach, we practice open ended sensory play and following the children’s lead to encourage creativity, dramatic play and problem solving. Thoughtfully curated sensory rich stations are set up to visually please our little artists, to give them moments of joy and to create magical memories in.
About Ms. Rosie
A good place for us to start, is for you to understand the type of person I am. I get completely overjoyed by glitter, think more is more when it comes to glitter, and it couldn’t bother me less than having glitter stuck to my hands. I give toddlers high fives when they’re covered in paint instead of giving them a wet wipe. I help take their socks off when they try climbing into a sensory bin so they can feel with not only their fingers but their toes too. And no matter how many times I get handed a playdough cupcake, I will pretend to eat it as enthusiastically as if it were the first time. This is why I left the advertising world as a graphic designer at Mother NY, and said goodbye to my role as a senior designer with J.Crew’s creative marketing team, because what I have found complete joy in is creating magical moments for toddlers and their parents. Pop Art! Kids came to life during the height of covid. I had 3 children under 5, preschools, playgrounds and playdates were put on hold but I wanted a safe, outdoor option to be able to give my children and our community a creative outlet.