Many schools have cut back on art programs, so if you’ve got a kid who wants to know if she’s the next Matisse, sign her up for one of these classes.
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To foster a lifelong love of music, there are a few things you’ll want to consider.
Plan ahead to always have on hand the supplies needed for little scientists.
Use art as a way to strengthen your imagination and boost your innovativeness and creativity. Here are some activities:
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