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Summer Craft Camp for Creative Thinkers
This is an 4 session class in crafting that incorporates nature walks and natural materials.
ARI Learning by Carly Filewich Inclusive & Social!
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year old learners
learners per class
$14 per class
Meets 4x per week
Over 1 week
45 minutes per class
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This week is jam packed with fun games and projects to keep young creators busy! Five projects are demonstrated during the live sessions, and learners have time to complete them in between meetings. Each meeting will begin with a social check in and sharing any adventure stories we might have. We will talk about the benefits of being creative and discuss strategies for building creative thinking. The project schedule is: 1. Clay Pots Learners will use the coil method for making a cute...
Students will learn to see things around them as potential art supplies! There is fine motor control, design practice, learning to create balance weight wise on the windchime and creative thinking to solve challenges we encounter.
Yvonne (B.Mus) has been a Girl Guide Leader in Canada for 5 years and the best part was CRAFTS!!!
Learners may finish their projects outside of class time. Homework is not required so if you miss a day or you don't finish your project - that's okay. You can jump in to the next project and you won't be behind! Maybe some of your projects get saved for next week or maybe you make two of everything... it's up to you! Parent's may help by posting project photos in the classroom.
Clay (any of the following types: oven bake, air dry, salt dough recipe: (feel free to 1/2 this recipe) 2 cups all-purpose flour, 1 cup salt, 1 cup water, combine flour and salt, then add water slowly bit by bit (reserve 1/4 cup just in case it's too much) and knead for 8 minutes until smooth and firm. Add a teaspoon of water at a time if too dry and same for flour if too wet, store in an air-tight container)). Paint /Brushes (optional, acrylic is suggested for painting clay and air dried dough) Beads and cord (sometimes a needle is helpful if the cord is very thin) Tape and glue (hot glue is great with a grown up helper) Twigs broken or cut to about 2-3 inches 1 Clean toilet roll 1 Battery operated candle or small coin light of some kind that would fit inside a toilet roll. 1 Stick measuring 8 inches or so Random collection of found items such as old keys, metal washers, feathers, bark, twigs, old CD's. Yarn or string. Yarn can be quite fun, different colours, textures, sparkle-value and you can even repurpose an old knit sweater on it's way to the rag bag for this. Make sure you create a yarn ball before class though as unravelling can sometimes be tricky.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
3 hours per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Learners may use glue or hot glue guns during this class. Some beads may present a choking hazard. Ensure your clay and paint are non toxic. Please be sure your child is safe while they're creating. If you are going to bake any of your clay items, please ensure you provide adult supervision. It is recommended for Salt Dough that it bakes at about 280 degrees Fahrenheit for 1 - 2 hours (depends on the size). On the walks around your area for supplies, ensure you have permission from land owners for gathering and only take what you need. If you are in a urban setting with no access to a natural space, you can still incorporate found items as long as they are clean and we can substitute coffee stir sticks (wooden) for the candle holder. The important part of the craft is actually the walking and observing our environment with an eye to seeing the potential artistic value in natural items.
ARI Learning by Carly Filewich Inclusive & Social!
We know that friendship and connection are the reasons that self-directed learners come to Outschool, so we make our classes fun! We keep social emotional learning and wellness at the core of all our life skills classes.
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