Our 5 Most Favorite Posts of 2014

As we approach the end of the year, we want to thank you all for coming along with us on this journey in art and education. We also are taking this opportunity to look back over our last year of blog posts and see which ones have been the most popular. Here is our countdown of our 5 most popular posts of 2014:

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As we approach the end of the year, we want to thank you all for coming along with us on this journey in art and education. We also are taking this opportunity to look back over our last year of blog posts and see which ones have been the most popular. Here is our countdown of our 5 most popular posts of 2014:

  1. hello Amy! Feb 21, 2014

An interview with our instructor Amy, who has a rich and layered background in early childhood education.toddler art elementary classses best teacher Amy

  1. Simplifying the Complicated Jan 3, 2014

Making complicated ideas easy for our students to understand is integral to our education process here at The Messy Artist. Here are some of the ways we do it.art class and parties new jersey

  1. hello snow dough! Feb 14, 2014

A recipe and activity ideas for a favorite sensory material: snow dough.snow dough creative fine art messy artist

  1. hello resist painting! April 18, 2014

A lesson plan for a resist painting project for kids age 1st – 2nd grade (and up).kids art class and parties new jersey

  1. Stained Glass” Drawings January 10, 2014

A project designed by one of our instructors, Anthony, that creates a vibrant stained glass effect for students 1st grade and up.best art class party

Are any of your favorites on this list? How about any that didn’t make it?

If you have ideas you’d like to see us cover, please comment below! We’d love to hear your thoughts and incorporate them into future blog posts.

Best wishes for a wonderful start to 2015!

Author: hellokidsart

The Messy Artist is a special place to create art. We offer year-round art classes for children 18 months through adulthood. In addition to art classes from September through June, we offer summer art camp and Drop-In and Play art activities for kids between our regular sessions. Our bright, colorful studio is also the perfect place for a kid’s birthday party! The Messy Artist children’s art center was created and designed by Owner/Director Donna Bernstein, a professional educator and artist. The curriculum is inspired and guided by Donna’s teaching experience and research in child development, as well as her passion for art. At The Messy Artist, art lessons for kids entertain and enrich their brains, bodies, and hearts.

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