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Sensory Play in Paint for Babies

Sensory Play in Paint for Babies

Sunday, January 8
11 am - noon

Witness your child’s first painting with no mess at home. Your little one will make a creative keepsake for the family to cherish. Not only is finger painting tons of fun, it is also an excellent feeling (kinesthetic) experience and is fantastic for the development of all the big and small muscles in your growing child’s fingers, arms, shoulders, neck and back. Finger painting is wonderful for the development of color recognition, experimentation and color mixing and is terrific for developing creativity.

Dress for a mess! Messy play for babies and toddlers is crucial to healthy sensory development. Messy activities provide important foundational building blocks, sensory experiences and muscle and brain growth, all of which prepare children for later success and learning. 

Sunday, January 8
11 am – noon

Instructor: Makayla Butler
Ages: 6 months – 3 years

Supply List: Change of clothes/diaper and a towel

Toddler Art Adventures
January 8, 2023 11 am – noon