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Photo of the Day: Orange Fingers

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Children are never afraid to get messy! Our toddler friends explored their artistic abilities this morning by painting with their fingers. The squishy, cold, slimy paint provided for a nice, relaxing sensorial activity…until it was clean up time!

Here Comes Peter Cottontail…

We celebrated Easter last week by participating in fun, traditional holiday celebrations. Our friends decorated eggs, traced and painted drawings of eggs, pin-pricked paper eggs and decorated them with assorted craft supplies, dyed Easter eggs, and ended the week with our annual HBMH Easter Egg Hunt! 

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Of course, Floppy had to make a photo appearance. Our very own Easter bunny!

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All of the Easter eggs were donated from our families — thank you for making this event special!

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This friend decided to trace an egg at the light box, then painted it his colors of choice.

This friend decided to trace an egg at the light box, then painted it his colors of choice.

These colorful, pin-pricked eggs adorned our walls all throughout the week.

These colorful, pin-pricked eggs adorned our walls all throughout the week.

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Hand dyeing hard boiled eggs for our friends to enjoy for snack.

Busy fingers peel the hard boiled eggs for snack time.

Busy fingers peel the hard boiled eggs for snack time.

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We hope everyone had a wonderful and happy Easter!

 

National Youth Art Month – HBMH Style

“Creativity is basically an attitude, one that comes easily to young, but must be sustained and strengthened lest it be sacrificed in our too logical world”. (Marzollo and Lloyd, 1972) In our student community, we encourage creativity through the use … Continue reading