“Do you wanna build a snowman? “ Festive Holiday- Play Dough Kit
“Do you wanna build a snowman? “
Festive Holiday-Process Art- Little World Play Dough Kit!
Let your child’s imagination go wild in a Festive Holiday Land of their own creation!
The Possibilities are endless!
Perfect for ages 4 & up independently, or for 2/3-year old’s with a little adult help.
Your Little World Winter Wonderland Kit will include:
- Everything you need to build and decorate your own Festive Holiday Snowman Land!!
- White Sparkly Handmade (Taste Safe) Play Dough
- Ice Blue, Handmade (Taste Safe) Play Dough
- Colorful Pipe Cleaners
- Colorful Straws
- Colorful Beads
- Popsicle Sticks
- Two bottle brush Pine Trees
- A Large Jingle Bell
- Assorted Resin Buddies
- Red and Green Buttons
- A Colorful Bow
- Snowman Arms, Hat, Carrot Noes, Buttons
- Gold 6" Plate to create in
- Comes in a festive airtight bin so you can use and re-use this kit over and over!
These make great gifts! Limited # so order today!
Pick Up at the Studio, Saturday December 19th!
Process Art Kits
Our Kits are a form of Process Art…So what is Process Art?
Process Art is art that is child-directed, choice-driven, and celebrates the experience of discovery. In process art, the final product is always unique, and the focus lies in the creation of the work, not the outcome.
What are the benefits of process art?
There are so many benefits to process art! Process art is developmentally appropriate for young children because meets them where they are as sensory explorers.
Through process art, children…
- will think creatively, independently, and imaginatively
- will learn about the physical limitations and possibilities of materials.
- are encouraged to use creative and critical thinking skills.
- will gain confidence to realize their own ideas.
- are motivated to ask questions and experiment.
- will embrace experimentation and mistakes as part of the learning process.
Why adults love process art
As much as process art is age appropriate and engaging for young makers, parents and educators generally find that process art is easier to facilitate than product-focused art lessons.
Here are a few reasons why:
- Adults facilitate projects and act as co-learners, so they do not have to hold all the answers. In fact, not knowing the answers can be a huge benefit because it gives adults room to play and experiment themselves.
- Process-focused projects do not require a lot of fancy set up or unique materials that are hard to come by. This saves both time and money.
- Because the goal of process art is to explore and discover, rather than achieve perfection, adults are also emotionally free to support whatever the child dreams up as an ideal solution or result. No fighting, tears, or half-completed projects.
(Some info above from Tinkerlab.com)