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I just recently came across this quote about art and thought it fit with the Charlotte Mason view of art quite nicely. So I decided to share it with you all here. Enjoy! Art begs you to notice it. Why? Because art is God’s way of saying hello. So pay attention to poetry. Pay attention […]

A bit about the book… Laurence Anholt has done a beautiful job of telling the story of Matisse and his nurse, Monique, who became a nun, in a way that children can relate to and enjoy. Since I didn’t know anything about this artist, I also enjoyed getting to learn more about his personality and […]

I ran across an article about making a collage of your child’s artwork on a canvas and hanging it in their room. And while the task of putting things on a canvas seemed a little daunting to me, I liked the general idea of being able to put MANY pieces of artwork together into one larger piece of art.

My 5-year-old is an artist. She loves to color. She loves to draw. She loves to paint. She loves to cut and paste. She loves to bead. She loves to write cards. She loves to stamp. And she loves to take photos.

During the summer time, check out Rienzi Storytime Tours, every Wednesday in June and July at 10am, for kids ages 4-8, as well as other family activities.

At our last visit to the library Kate was disappointed to discover that they didn’t have any ‘Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?’ DVDs on the shelf. (Do you remember that geography-sleuth kids’ gameshow on TV in the late 80s with the catchy intro song by the group, Rockapella? These are the cartoons along […]

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