K-Cup Inspired Art by Abrakadoodle Art Teachers

K-Cup Inspired Art by Abrakadoodle Art Teachers

Abrakadoodle’s 10th anniversary conference celebrated creativity, including special activities for attending teachers. Equipped with art and construction paper, paint, glue, scissors, crayons and lots of arty embellishments like pom-pom’s, foil, pipe cleaners, shredded colored paper, glitter, fabric, wiggle eyes and more, our creative Abrakadoodle art instructors set forth to create their own original art using…

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Encourage Your Child to Make a Scene this Holiday Season

The holidays are a perfect time to cultivate your children’s creativity, drawing upon theflurry of images, stories and sounds of the holiday season! Invite your children to create art that expresses their feelings and ideas. Ideally,you can provide your children with an oversized sketch pad along with lots of art materials. Perhaps your child’s art…

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Whimsical Wescoat Shares Her Unique Style of Painting

Abrakadoodle Artist of Distinction Natasha Wescoat (wescoatart.com) is an award-winning young painter,who specializes in “jeweled” landscapes and fanciful characters. We teach Natasha’s swirling, vibrant and soft-edged style in our classes for children, modifying the lessons according to age group. Children love the opportunity to learn about Natasha and create art in her special style! Natasha,…

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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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