One of a Kind T-shirt

It’s super cool to sport a shirt that shows off your preschooler’s own personal style. Designing this unique, wearable art fashions your child’s design and small motor skills too! Ages 3 years & up.

Scribbling Stages – Part 2 of 5 – Random Scribbling

Those random scribbles may seem like an aimless group of lines, but they are fundamental to a child’s self-expression as a baby’s babbling is to language development! Find out how to encourage your child’s first forms of written communication.

Chalk Gets Groovy

Chalk goes pop with recycled brown bags and a little water. This surprise spectrum expands your preschooler’s hand-eye coordination and change perception too. Ages 3 years & up.

Crayon Hokus-Pokus

Watch your preschooler’s drawings reappear! Surprise with a drawing and painting technique that grows small motor skills, hand-eye coordination plus creativity. Ages 3 years & older.