Art and Creativity

Art is important for children especially during their early development. Research shows that art activities develop brain capacity in early childhood; in other words, art is good brain food! Art engages children’s senses in open-ended play and develops cognitive, social-emotional and multi-sensory skills. As children progress into elementary school and beyond, art continues to provide opportunities for brain development, mastery, self esteem and creativity.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Southern CA 2009 Fall/Winter Workshop Series

2009 Fall/Winter Workshop Series
Math, Science & Sensory Play: Engaging Active Learners - Register now or Download the Brochure to learn more!

Make math and science an exciting part of your everyday curriculum! This workshop combines lecture, hands-on and small group activities in a creative and highly motivating atmosphere. Experience dozens of new math and science activities based on sensory play and "high-touch" learning for children ages 3-5. Participants will experiment with math and science activities as well as exchange ideas with other early childhood educators.

Learn more about the 2009 Workshop Series. Plus, find live action photos and comments from previous workshops below.

"Really creative ideas - I learned a lot and had a great time" - Corinna Castillo, Site Director, YMCA of Santa Maria Valley

"Informative, fun and easy to follow!" - Michelle Massen, Childcare Leader, Conejo Valley United School District

"WOW! My favorite work shop in ages!" - Pauline McCall, Director, The Learning Experience

"These are fantastic workshops! Thank you and keep them coming!" - Christina Cabrera, Assistant Executive Director, Camp Fire Boys & Girls Club


At 2:23 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

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