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Virtual Petite Picasso

The Magic House is excited to offer an all-new VIRTUAL art experience for children ages 3-5 and their special grown-up! Discover the magic of art with multi-sensory art classes, live from our Art Studio to your home.

Cost: 
$5.00 per session
Free for member families

January 19: Polar Bear Day

This week’s featured project will be Polar Bear Day. To help you prepare for class, please find the list of supplies that will be needed: 

    • Watercolor
    • Salt
    • Elmer’s glue
    • Construction paper (white and blue)
    • White paper
    • Scissors
    • Markers or crayons

January 26: Yarn Play

This week’s featured project will be Yarn Play. To help you prepare for class, please find the list of supplies that will be needed: 

    • Yarn scraps cut to about 3-5 inches long
    • Elmer’s glue
    • A small plastic cup or bowl
    • Tray, bowl or newspaper to work on

February 2: Marble Painting

This week’s featured project will be Marble Painting. To help you prepare for class, please find the list of supplies that will be needed: 

  • Muffin tin or small cups
  • Marbles
  • White paper or construction paper
  • Cookie tray with edges or bottom of a shirt gift box
  • Spoon
  • Washable tempera paint

February 9: Love Monster

This week’s featured project will be Love Monster Art. To help you prepare for class, please find the list of supplies that will be needed: 

  • White paper
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Tempera paint in multiple colors (red, purple, pink and yellow recommended)
  • Empty toilet tissue roll
  • Tape or rubberband

February 16: 3D Shapes

This week’s featured project will be 3D Shapes. To help you prepare for class, please find the list of supplies that will be needed: 

  • Paper
  • Crayons
  • Toothpicks
  • Playdoh

February 23: Paper Bags Hats & Crowns

This week’s featured project will be Paper Bag Hats & Crowns. To help you prepare for class, please find the list of supplies that will be needed: 

  • Paper grocery bag
  • Construction paper
  • Old magazines
  • Markers and crayons
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Optional: Buttons, pom poms, stickers and found objects to decorate the hat