ABOUT ART PLAY

Combining art, mess and toddlers, ART PLAY is a process art play group that runs casual sessions for little kids (and their grownups) in Perth, Western Australia.

Our sessions provide little kids with opportunities to engage in creative, messy and sensory play. Each session is designed to develop a range of skills, from pre-literacy and pre-numeracy to fine-motor co-ordination, to openness to experience and emotional intelligence.

The sessions are created with little kids aged 18 months to 4 years old in mind. However, we often adapt our activities to suit little ones younger than 18 months, and older kids (especially older siblings during school holidays).

Classes are casual and you can book earlier in the week by text, email or direct message on Facebook. If you’d like to book a spot at late notice, the best way to contact me is by text. Please note that an adult must be present for each family of children.

At the moment, ART PLAY runs one casual session a week, on Fridays from 9.30-10.15am. Check out our timetable & cost page for more details.

And if you’d like to see what we do, here are some photos from our ART PLAY sessions!

 

 

 

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3 thoughts on “ABOUT ART PLAY

  1. erinjacksonvis says:

    Hi Priscilla. Yes, at the moment we only have sessions on Fridays. We might do different days next year. Is there a day that would suit you? A smock is just a loose shirt/top the kids can wear over their clothes when we do a messy activity. You can by them from Kmart, Target, Big W or Ikea. But they can also just wear an old adult shirt or clothes that can get messy. Erin 😊

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