To my kids’ surprise, they could not recall this same activity that they had done during their toddler days Here. However, as they did the activity, the familiarity of it returned. My girl enjoys creating and making art. For her 6th birthday, we settled on an Arty Party! As it was a small play date… Read More Ice-Ski Painting Celebration!
Hello! This month has passed like a bullet train for me as I juggle family and work with great effort. In the midst of a new project at work, I am glad that there is also another family project at home to occupy my girl and boys ( so that I can be relieved from… Read More Bearllerina Pony Preparation!
‘ Stop thinking about school work. You need the break to run the work marathon. ok… what shall I do?.’ This post answers it. I have the feeling that if I don’t blog, I will slowly lose the motivation and discipline to do so at the rate that I’m going. If you noticed, my FB… Read More A Time For Everything
Our holiday fun started off with Fort Canning’s tour where hubs explained to the kiddos on the significance of this hilly area. Singapore Pinacothèque de Paris After our leisurely outdoor tour, we proceeded to Singapore Pinacothèque de Paris Museum for a Studio Workshop invitation. The kiddos were excited to find out what’s in store for them. We arrived… Read More Pinacothèque de Paris Workshop (Review)
For those who have missed my Mini Art Lessons on Slam Dunk, please click on Slam Dunk 1 and Slam Dunk 2&3 before reading further for a better understanding of the Art process. For this lesson, I selected an artist’s work for a Picture Study and Writing activity. This is part of Art Appreciation where we learn more… Read More HeARTY Slam Dunk Lessons 4 : Wacky Artist!
It’s been a while since my post on my Slam Dunk lesson 1 (Click to see the First Hand Observation Lesson). Here’s the part 2 and 3! After doing the first hand observation of the Basketball with Charcoal sticks, the next step was an Action Packed Art Attack! Lesson 2 I set up my Paint area… Read More HeARTY Slam Dunk Lessons 2 and 3
Using Art to Remember Science We had been doing a Lapbook Lesson from the children’s literature on ‘Swimmy’ by Leo Lionni. (For my Free Lapbook Resource on another storybook, click Here.) This was one of the Hands On session where the kids used real fish to do their fish prints. It was also an opportunity to let them recall… Read More Art There Something Fishy Here?