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Art Class (Ages 6+) – Oak Learners Class Showcase

Art Class (Ages 6+) – Oak Learners Class Showcase

Oak Learners is hosting an Art Class for ages 6 and up every Saturday from 12:45pm-1:30pm! If you’re looking for an art class for your child, look no further! Our art teachers are passionate, enthusiastic, and knowledgable. Oak Learners provides a safe environment for the kids and allow them to experience the satisfaction that comes from guided self-expression. The focus of our art classes is exploring artistic skills, exploring creativity, and so much more!

Arts & Crafts: Tape Resist Art

Arts & Crafts: Tape Resist Art

The beauty of art is that there are no limits. It unleashes our imagination and creativity!
Art is used in many ways, such as for therapy, to express ourselves or our thoughts.

Tape Resist art challenges children to use different colours and create their designs with the tape. The best part is seeing what it looks like once they remove the tape!

Arts & Crafts: Origami Jumping Frogs

Arts & Crafts: Origami Jumping Frogs

Origami, the art of folding a piece of paper and giving it life by turning it into anything; a bear, a plane, or a jumping frog! Folding origami requires diligence and accuracy while following the instructions. This activity will challenge children to think and find solutions to fold the paper accordingly and into its form. Origami may sharpen the children’s imagination and memory by creating the desired shape and channeling their creativity. Today, we will make origami jumping frogs!

Arts & Crafts: Sensory Bottles

Arts & Crafts: Sensory Bottles

Sensory bottles are fantastic tools that can help calm a child because of the sensory input it provides by looking at the items inside flow or feeling the bottle’s weight. Children may expand and work on their language and social skills by communicating with others and describing their play experience. It is a great way for children to discover, be curious and explore sensory!

Arts & Crafts: Slime, Slime, Slime!

Arts & Crafts: Slime, Slime, Slime!

Slime is a fun sensory activity that promotes motor and cognitive development. Children are engaged in science and mathematics by adding and mixing ingredients and seeing how it all turns into slime. Also, what makes a better way to relieve anxiety or stress than to be able to squeeze a hand full of slime?!

Arts & Crafts: Blow Painting with Straws

Arts & Crafts: Blow Painting with Straws

Blow painting with straws is a fun activity for children because it provides excellent opportunities to experiment with colour and different ways to paint other than using a paintbrush. The best part is that this abstract art can be interpreted and turned into...
Outdoor Activities: Paint the Snow!

Outdoor Activities: Paint the Snow!

We have been getting a lot of snow the past couple of weeks and this particular activity looked like so much fun to me! All you need is a bin filled with snow and some paint or markers! With the use of paint brushes, sponges, and any other crafty tools to use, the...
Raised Salt Painting

Raised Salt Painting

Art is a very important part of learning and creative expression. This raised salt painting activity is a great DIY activity to try at home! Materials needed: Card stock  Wet glue (Elmers is a good option)  Table salt Water colours Paint brushes  Steps: Squeeze your...
Drawing Outdoors: Creative Chalk Activities for Kids

Drawing Outdoors: Creative Chalk Activities for Kids

Chalk is a summer staple in many family households. It is inexpensive, easy to use, and it takes children away from their devices for a while. For some parents, though, drawing time ends far too quickly. Their children doodle a couple of things before complaining that they are “tired” or “bored.” If you have faced this problem in the past, you came to the right place! We have created a list of unique and fun chalk activities that will keep your little ones entertained all summer long!

Tie-Dye Effect Painting with Markers

Tie-Dye Effect Painting with Markers

While tie-dye effect painting can be hard using dyes and elastics, especially if you want a specific design, this method gives you more control and is a lot of fun to experiment with. What do you need to create a Tie-Dye Effect with permanent markers? Cotton or canvas...
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