Splat Explores the Art of China

Art is a rich part of China’s fascinating history. Abrakadoodle’s mascot Splat, accompanied by co-founders Mary Rogers and Rosemarie Hartnett, visited China this summer in part to help launch Abrakadoodle art programs as part of the company’s international program. Did you know Cloisonné was developed in China? Abrakadoodle teaches the jewelry-making art in its classes…

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Great Firsts for Tots

We’re hearing a lot about sporting activities for the youngest children. Our specialty is art, and we have lots of experience with young kids, having developed art programs that have reached more than 250,000 children. Art is a great first for toddlers! In Abrakadoodle’s Twoosy Doodlers program, children ages 20-36 months explore art and creativity…

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PTA Reflections Contest Celebrates Student Creativity

Abrakadoodle artist “WoWs” judges, captures 2nd place in statewide contest Collin Smith a kindergartener and Abrakadoodle student received the Award of  Excellence in the Visual Arts category (Primary level) for his entry entitled, “Trains are Going Fast!” at the 2009 Reflections Awards Ceremony held May 3, 2009. The theme for 2008-2009 was “WoW!” Collin, a…

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Abrakadoodle Honored with “Go Green” Award

Abrakadoodle Honored with “Go Green” Award Art for kids is a wonderful way to introduce recycling activities! Abrakadoodle remarkable art education was recognized for its innovative “Green” company philosophy and art programs with a 2009 award presented by S&S® Worldwide. Abrakadoodle has developed recycling alliances with fellow franchise suppliers Fast Frames, Signs by Tomorrow. More…

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New thinking about doodling

Research has long shown that art benefits children in many ways. Art education opens children’s minds and helps them become more tolerant. It also improves student’s academic performance and helps them develop the skills needed for the 21st century workplace – critical thinking, creative problem solving, effective communication, teamwork and more. New research published February…

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