The Happy Art Appreciation Box
With this happy box, your little ones will examine abstract art; full of color, bold brushstrokes and shapes- it is a natural for children, there is no strong sense of right and wrong with abstract art, so children of any age can feel both proud and engaged.
The inspiration for many of our art projects is Wassily Kandinsky, a Russian born artist who is considered to be one of the founders of the 20th century abstract art. He was especially interested in color using it show emotion rather than making objects look real. Ultimately, his art moved towards the geometric form that he is best known for.
This box will entail 8 engaging and FUN activities inclusive of all material required to make the crafts and instructions in Arabic and English.
Note*** Sample image, contents may vary.
What's in the box?
- 3-D ARTISTIC ARM
- RAINBOW SCRATCH ART
- THE HAPPY BOOKMARK
- KANDINSKY TREE
- THE HAPPY MEMORY BOX
- THE HAPPY ART BOARD
- THE HAPPY COLOR MIXING
- CONCENTRIC CIRCLES
CONTENTS: 8 activities and a book surrounding a specific theme.
- Fun, engaging and just the right amount of challenging
- Done using non-toxic, carefully sourced, high quality materials
- Varied, unique and non-repetitive
- Great for helping in your child's cognitive and fine motor skills
- Able to stimulate creativity and analytical skills in your child
- Perfect for sharing and promoting sibling L.O.V.E.
All the materials required to complete each activity are included in the box - from scissors to paints to brushes to glue to construction paper to canvases and so on - together with step-by-step instructions and suggestions for further fun.
CUSTOMISABLE: The activities are customised for the child’s age and gender, and are educational yet fun in nature, promoting cognitive development, creativity and fine motor skills.
AGE APPROPRIATE: 3-11 years with activity instructions adapted to suit your child's age group.
PARENT SUPERVISION: Centric to the mandate of The Happy Box and the promotion of quality family team, all activities have been designed to be completed with the supervision of a parent or guardian.