Art + Cooking

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Art

Young children learn and explore through their senses, and the experience and process is always the most exciting part of any art activity. In art, children can learn and explore through exciting and messy open-ended materials. Little ones learn about colors, textures, and shapes while developing fine motor skills and expressing their creativity through unconventional and open-ended materials.

Classes include:

My Art Studio (18-24 Months): Come make a mess in our studio! This hands-on, child-centered environment fosters your toddler's exploration of artistic process and use of materials in new and inventive ways. Enjoy yourselves and let us worry about cleaning up.

Aftternoon Art Studio (18-24 Months): Come make a mess in our studio! This hands-on, child-centered environment fosters your toddler's exploration of artistic process and use of materials in new and inventive ways. Enjoy yourselves and let us worry about cleaning up.

Kids In the Kitchen (18-24 Months): In this hands-on sensory-based class, children will engage with and be exposed to a variety of foods and ingredients that they will explore by smelling, tasting, chopping, and mixing. They'll also be introduced to kitchen tools such as whisks, spatulas, mixers, food processors, and more!

For more information on Infant + Young Children Art + Cooking, please contact infoiyc@mmjccm.org or call 646.505.4455.

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