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A Place for Young Artists

posted Oct 1, 2015, 2:19 PM by Kristin Snell   [ updated Oct 1, 2015, 2:57 PM ]

by Diana Pasquini, San Juan Ridge Family Resource Center

On Monday afternoons preschool-aged boys and girls meet on the Oak Tree Campus with Mariana Worden, a teaching artist who encourages young children to be creative and have fun. Children learn about shapes and color as they experiment with a variety of media, make new friends, and let their imaginations soar.

 

I really enjoy teaching kids! They’re full of creative ideas and come with their own stories. They’re extremely creative. Young kids make the projects their own, with no limits to their expression.”

Mariana Worden

Teaching Artist

 

 


“I like painting the best! I painted a red moon and a blue moon.”    

                                                        Ishan Morris

                                                        ~4 years~

 

 



“I like to play with my friends and do floppy skeletons.  This is my painting of a pumpkin.”

Bodie Clark

 ~4 years~

 





“I liked making my beautiful rainbow.  It’s hiding behind a big blue cloud.  I like painting and I like playing.”         

                                            Iris Briar                       ~3 years~

 



For more information, or to enroll your 3-5 year old child in this class, please call San Juan Ridge Family Resource Center at 292.3174.

 

 

 

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