What Your Arts Teacher *Really* Wants You to Learn

What Your Arts Teacher *Really* Wants You to Learn

It’s Artsplorers’ birthday! I went live with this post – “Your Kids Don’t Need the Arts,” which sums up my reason for doing this page – one year ago today. I may not be the craftiest mama on the block,...
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How I Talk to My Pre Schooler In An Art Museum

How I Talk to My Pre Schooler In An Art Museum

We, in my family, are frequent flyers at Sydney’s art museums. In our own ways, we all love poking around the galleries, seeing what’s new, and rediscovering pieces we’ve seen before. On weekends, there are often activities on for kids,...
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The Sporty Kid’s First Ballet Class

The Sporty Kid’s First Ballet Class

It continually amazes me that, despite both of her parents’ more cerebral tendencies, our mini-Artplorer has a natural inclination towards athletic pursuits. She loves the down and dirty, and she feels the need, the need for speed. That part of her...
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Joey Jig Music For Real Beginners

Joey Jig Music For Real Beginners

    “A one woman Wiggle!,” says the effervescent Alicia Wolfe, when asked to describe what she does for a living, running Joey Jig Music Classes For Real Beginners. Wolfe started her company Joey Jig in February 2012. From humble beginnings...
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