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Students Explore and Discover at Creative Arts This Summer

Students created elaborate treasure hunts and made board games at Creative Arts.

The following was submitted by Creative Arts:

Invention was the name of the game for the fourth week of Art Adventure camp at in Reading. In “ART Games and Inventions” students ages 6-12 devised their own machines, created elaborate treasure hunts and made board games that were anything but boring! Drawing inspiration from inventors such as Margaret Knight, a Massachusetts inventor who revolutionized the flat-bottom paper bag, students postulated their own adjustments to modern-day objects to create new levels of efficiency.

Students ages 3-6 took a leap into the prehistoric world in Mini Masters! “Diggin’ for Dinos” brought out the explorer in students who ventured back to the time of dinosaurs in the fourth week of summer at CREATIVE ARTS. From pterodactyl puppets to clay fossils and paper mache dinosaur eggs, campers learned all about the history of dinosaurs.

Make sure to check out all of the great summer offerings at Creative Arts! Highlights for the upcoming weeks include “Inspired by Asia” and “Mixing it Up!”

Take a trip to discover the art of Japanese brush painting, the floral designs of India and practice of Zen gardens in China – no passport necessary August 6-10! Always wanted to try something new, but didn’t know where to start? Join is for “Mixing it Up!”, August 20-24 and try everything from printmaking to sculpture to tie-dye.

If theatre or musicals are more your child's speed, then don't forget to check out Creative Arts' older kids (ages 10-16, play running July 30-Aug 3rd, or a new Musical Theatre Workshop for ages 6-16 the week of Aug 6-10, or the big two-week musical, “Alice in Wonderland, Jr.” running Aug 13-25 for ages 8-16.
Register NOW before classes fill! Find more information online or call the Creative Arts office at 781-942-9600.

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