Virtual Mini Make Class
While we all have to stay home we’re working on making our Drop In and Mini Make Classes available online.
Each week we will release a new video for you! There will be a link & password emailed to you within 48hrs after purchase. You will see a storybook read aloud on IGTV (Instagram TV) each Monday & hear the story that will inspire our project of the week. The read-aloud stays on IGTV so you can watch it whenever you like. No need to do the project right away, your video will stay up online for you for a few weeks.
We will continue to work on making this process more simple + easier for everyone.
Suitable for ages 2-5 (though older children can enjoy it too!) Meant to be done with the support and supervision of an adult. We are all about process over product - so keep that in mind and have fun. Materials are mentioned during the story reading and in the video - it's a good idea to prep materials before you watch!
New videos added each week. Choose your class theme from the drop down menu.
Materials list - Week One - 1 Tall Paper, mixed paper for cutting, popsicle sticks or real sticks, glue + paint Week Two - 1 Big Paper, mixed paper for cutting, cupcake liner or doilies or tissue, glue and paint Week Three - Cardboard from a cereal box or the like, mixed paper for cutting, little bits like stickers or mini pompoms, liquid paint, glue. Week Four - Black paper, Large white or cream paper for background, green, brown, pink, red and white crayon or pastel, glue and scissors. A button or small treasure. Week Five -Large White paper, A plate for tracing, white pastel or wax crayon, watercolour paints in blues, purples and black, scissors and glue. Week Six - Cardboard cut to long + round shapes, popsicle sticks, buttons, craft glue, tissue paper and mod podge (or watered down white glue), loose glitter (optional), paint brush or foam brush, yarn or string. Week Six - large paper, small pieces of kraft, manilla and assorted colourful paper, scissors, white glue and a glue stick, liquid paint, pastels or crayons, waterclour or tempera paint.
Happy crafting at home!