Monthly Archives: October 2012

robots

  Here are some fabulous robots from Margot Brown Slowick’s teaching studio at The Fowler School in Maynard, Massachusetts. Margot is an art educator and a new friend. For info about her school’s art program see: https://sites.google.com/a/maynard.k12.ma.us/fowler-art/ Got to love … Continue reading

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finger painting on an iPhone?

Designer Jorge Colombo makes art on his iPhone using the Brushes app and iSketch. His beautiful work – done on a phone! – features scenes of New York. Since his way of finger painting doesn’t actually immerse the hands in … Continue reading

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finger paint

Finger painting is another kinesthetic, in-the-moment point on the expressive therapies continuum. Children find it relaxing and expressive. Those who enjoy finger painting revel in its squishy feel and delight in mixing colors. It is fun to watch children start … Continue reading

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yarn

Haulin’ Hoof Farm had these luscious yarns at the Farmer’s Market last week. The soft texture of wool yarns puts them at the kinesthetic end of the expressive therapies continuum – children love to run their hands through the soft … Continue reading

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