Let Bless Your H’art help you keep the kids entertained with wholesome, mind-expanding, developmental art camps. There are many advantages of exposing children to art and creativity at a young age. We are all born with a creative nature, but it must be nourished in order to grow and remain healthy.
Summer Art Camps are offered Mon-Fri, from 9am-12pm.
We have some amazing discounts available right now for all of our Summer Art Camps!
REGISTER A CHILD FOR ALL 3 THEMED CAMP WEEKS AND SAVE $75!
Register a child for 2 weeks of camp and save $30
Register a child for 1 week of camp and save $10.
Save an additional $10 per week for additional children in the same family. (2nd child gets $85 off 3 weeks, $40 off 2 weeks, and $20 off 1 week).
Each week we will feature a different theme and will incorporate a variety of multi-media art projects. We will paint canvas, hand build with clay, use different techniques for pottery painting and create tile mosaics. 5-8 projects will be completed weekly based upon time needed to complete each project.
The New York Center for Arts Education lists the many benefits of art for our children
- Your kid learns to think creatively, with an open mind
- Your kid learns to observe and describe, analyze and interpret
- Your kid learns to express feelings, with or without words.
- Your kid practices problem-solving skills, critical-thinking skills, dance, music, theater and art-making skills, language and vocabulary of the arts
- Your kid discovers that there is more than one right answer, multiple points of view
- School can be fun – playing can be learning
- Your kid learns to collaborate with other children and with adults
- Arts introduce children to cultures from around the world
- Your kid can blossom and excel in the arts. Even with physical, emotional or learning challenges, can experience success in the arts.
- Arts build confidence. Because there is not just one right way to make art, every child can feel pride in his or her original artistic creations.
- Arts build community. Schools with a variety of differences can celebrate the arts as one community.