Give your child the advantage of early learning through art. At this age, your child is able to express themselves with art and take confident ownership of their results! Studies show that toddlers benefit from early art experiences since it enhances their perception, spacial awareness, attention and other cognitive skills. Making art also develops fine motor skills that are so important for literacy later on, and builds your child’s confidence. This class is a firm start on the path towards a lifelong love of art. Returning Mini-Mini’s will already be comfortable in the space and we will be building upon the skills learned in the MMA1 class. An unexpected benefit: parents or caregivers may find themselves relaxed and enjoying the tactile creative activities as well!
Class size is limited.
Mondays 9:30-10:15am 10 classes total
Tuesdays 9:45-10:30am 10 classes total
Wednesdays 9-9:45 am 10 classes total
Thursdays 10-10:45am 10 classes total
Thursdays 4-4:45 pm Ages 2-3 10 classes total
Fridays 9:45-10:30 am 10 classes total
Saturdays 9-9:45 AM 10 classes total
Marika Kamaras-Garland (B.A. ECE)
Marika has a degree in Early Childhood Education from Ryerson University’s Early Childhood Studies program. She is an artist who primarily works with watercolours and inks, and loves sharing her passion for the visual arts with her students. She has a wealth of experience teaching art classes for children at the ROM and JCC and strives to allow each student to explore their own creative narrative.