Volcanic creativity gurgles at the core of every child, its eventual eruption requiring a heat-resistant instructor and a canvas that accommodates rainbow-colored lava. Channel imaginations safely with today's Groupon: for $30, you get to choose a one-month art classes (up to a $95 value) for one child at Kids-N-Art, with locations in Frisco and Prosper. You also have the option of putting your Groupon toward a summer camp at either Frisco or Prosper (space is subject to availability).
The friendly, devoted staff behind Kids-N-Art aims to provide a safe, fun environment that helps youngsters delve into their imaginations, boosts young confidences, and hones valuable motor skills through a multitude of media. Most students range from ages three to 12. Your Groupon is good for a one-month class in a wide array of disciplines, for which every instructor is an apprentice or graduate in their field and a counselor to orphaned easels. Lapsed potters and claymation engineers can live vicariously through their child in the ceramics classes, in which kids will learn to work the wheel and build with the earth. Cultivate a well-rounded whippersnapper with the mixed-media courses, which let kids sculpt, draw, and daub their canvases with acrylic and watercolor paints while instilling an art-history knowledge and appreciation. Take a look at the current Frisco and the Prosper class openings. Regardless of which class or camp you choose, your child will feel creatively invigorated, providing an escape from the computer and a nonjudgmental outlet to paint a gremlin eating a hippogriff.
Cementing the belief that imagination knows no bounds and 99% of epiphanies come on Tuesdays, a class at Kids-N-Art is a great activity for the summer or fall, and you can head to either of Kids-N-Art's two studios, which reside less than 20 minutes apart by car or 37 minutes by jackanape-powered rickshaw.
This Groupon is for new customers only.
The staff at Kids-N-Art come from many backgrounds, but all share degrees in arts or education and buckets of enthusiasm. Summer camps introduce projects such as throwing clay on a pottery wheel or rehearsing a musical to be performed at the end of the session. Kids’ classes develop skills in painting, mixed media, and cartooning, and events such as Parents’ Night Out let kids take a break from nagging their moms and dads to clean their rooms and relax with some pizza and games.