Little Kids & Big Questions: Introducing Intentional Art Activities at Home

Little Kids & Big Questions: Introducing Intentional Art Activities at Home

Now more than ever, kids are asking a lot of questions about the world and the future. Why can’t I see my friends? Why did my summer camp plans change? Will I go back to school in the fall? And while these questions are valid, it can be difficult for parents to respond in age-appropriate ways as they contend with the same unknowns themselves. One tangible thing parents can do is introduce thoughtful activities at home to help their children process these complex ideas and emotions. Sarah Ceurvorst, Art Educator at The Ellis School, presented the webinar Little Kids & Big Questions: Introducing Intentional Art Activities at Home to teach parents how they can use the creative process to intentionally address big questions with kids. 

This interactive webinar took place on Thursday, July 23, but the session was recorded for anyone unable to watch live. Fill out the form to access the webinar recording and learn more about how kids can use art to grapple with abstract ideas and express themselves creatively.