Fairy Garden Crafting Camp for Ages 7-9
In this four-day camp, children will imagine and create their own fairies and items for a fairy garden!
2 total reviews for this teacher
4x per week
over 1 week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Whimsical and sweet, we will together craft things fairy-sized for use in our fairy gardens! This class will give children a chance to create fairies and fairy-sized items for them to install as a fairy garden. In each class we will create new objects, and students will be given ideas and inspiration to keep them dreaming and playing long after the class is completed! PLEASE NOTE: in this class, we will be using low-temperature glue guns for attaching items. I encourage caregivers to...
Students will have a chance to play, create, and express their already great imaginations through inventing a magical world. Practical abilities that develop along the way include fine motor skills, planning, problem-solving, confidence, storytelling, communication, and artistic skills.
Many students desire to continue crafting and playing after this class and they are welcome to do so! I will be encouraging them to install their creations in a garden/nature/indoor garden afterward, but will not include that step during class time. This assignment is entirely optional, and up to the child and their caregivers with what they would like to do afterwards.
Set up: Please provide students with a table or desk with adequate space. A cardboard mat or other protective surface is encouraged to aid with cleanup. Complete list: Low temperature glue gun and extra glue sticks 1-3 blank wooden peg dolls Black acrylic paint marker or acrylic paints with small brush Felt, in several colours Glitter Twigs of various sizes and lengths Stick approximately 1-2 feet in length Popsicle sticks pebbles Nature items (synthetic or real) SUCH AS feathers, leaves, moss, flowers, acorns Ribbons and/or Yarn Buttons String or twine Materials needed for each day: Monday- Materials: glue gun, 1-3 blank wooden peg dolls, black acrylic paint marker (or acrylic paint with small brush,) felt, glitter, nature items such as feathers, leaves, moss (synthetic or fake), small twigs, and any other items for decorating Tuesday- Materials: Glue gun, popsicle sticks, buttons, glitter, felt, nature items for decorating Wednesday- Materials: glue gun, scissors pebbles, popsicle sticks, string or twine, twigs that can be broken by hand, felt, soft stuffing substance (like wool roving, or moss or cotton stuffing) other nature items such as feathers, leaves, mini-flowers, acorns, or other items for decorating Thursday- Materials: glue gun, foot-long stick, tiny twigs, felt, glitter, ribbons, yarn. (optional for decorating: feathers, bells, fake leaves/flowers)
3 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Low-temperature glue guns are used in these projects. If you feel your child is not ready or able to have safe glue-gun use, please (off camera) assist them in the glue gun portion of this class. Also, if your child has not used a glue gun before, please familiarize them with glue gun usage before the class. We will review glue gun safety during class time.
Artist, Painter, Printer, and all round Creative!
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
2 total reviews
3 completed classes
Hello! I am a lifelong creative. I hold a BFA in Studio Art, and have an active studio practice. I currently work mostly in painting, drawing, and printmaking, but I love all sorts of making and have experience working with photography, fibre,...