Preschool Mini Art Camp | VideoKristin Clouston | 8/11/2012
"We`ve been doing all sorts of fun things involving wheels, gears, tires, that sort of thing. They`ve built their own little cars and airplanes and school buses to wear. They`ve done sailboats, hot air balloons, they`ve done a little bit of everything," said instructor Nina Loeks.
This is the first summer Theo has offered pre-school camps and it`s been so successful, teachers have decided to offer them every week.
"It`s a little more hands on. There`s a big range of abilities as far as scissor control and that sort of thing. You have to have shorter projects and more of them because their attention span isn`t nearly as long as the older kids," Loeks said.
She isn`t kidding.
"I`m ready to take this thing off. You are? Okay," said 4 year old artist Noah Shypkowski.
Classes are two and a half hours each day and cost between $40 and $45 a week. Sending your little one to camp can be cheaper than using a babysitter and you get art to hang on your fridge.
Fall camp starts on September 3 and runs from 9:00 to 11:30 Monday through Friday.