I’d like to invite you join the VIP list for a new project I’m working on that I know you’re going to love! I’m pulling together a guidebook and program with the following highlights:
- A complete list of basic supplies for starting your home makerspace
- Daily and Weekly planners to help add structure and consistency to your days
- A supportive online space for sharing ideas and feedback
- Gorgeous photos that clearly explain the daily prompts
- Fun and meaningful creative projects for young children (ages 2-6)
- Easy and actionable activities that you can set up in minutes. Seriously.
I recently conducted a survey (thank you to all of you who shared your thoughts with me — this community is wonderful!) to learn more about your specific needs, and the finer details are starting to fall into place. I love your dream solutions, and I’m now dreaming up more ways to weave them into this and future projects. Here are some examples:
To have a room where I can provide a big craft table and more shelving for their arts and crafts. Not a corner section in our living room.
I would love more ideas on how to use song and movement together.
Quit work! I wish I could help with this one! Maybe I can inspire you to start a blog or become an arts educator. 🙂
More specific ideas that don’t require a great deal of prep.
More time! At least, more time when I don’t have all the other domestic stuff to do too.
I’ve struggled with ALL of these myself, and some of them are still semi-unresolved. While I can’t put more time into my day, I can do more to maximize the time I have prioritize the things that matter most. We still live in a tiny house, and because that wasn’t about to change any time soon, I had to make the most out of what I have. It’s worked for me, and I hope I can share insights into how it can work for you, too.
Do any of these resonate with you?
// Phase 1 of this project is designed to help parents simplify making with their young children at home, and I anticipate that future phases will open up to older children and classroom teachers and their students.
If you struggle to find time to set up creative projects, are in need of organizational skills or planning help, can’t get past the “mess factor,” and want to keep things simple and not too expensive or chaotic, this is for you!
I’m excited to share some behind-the-scenes work in the upcoming weeks, and if you’d like to be the first to know about how this program can help you, please join me.