Kids, like Ponce de León, need constant supervision while exploring, or they’ll simply vanish into a jungle in search of eternal youth. Navigate imaginative topographies with today’s deal: for $60, you get a children’s month-long arts and crafts workshop at Primary Colors on Broadway (up to a $145 value).
Instructor Melanie Spencer opened Primary Colors as a fun, energetic environment for kids to buff up their brains through arts and crafts workshops that incorporate problem solving, critical thinking, and creativity. Miniature Van Goghs can finesse their crayon interpretations of Starry 6 p.m. during the once a week Drawing for Kids after-school workshop, which explores the basic elements of sketching and drawing ($145 value). Cars, Trains, Flowers & Rain is March's upcoming themed workshop, held from February 28 to March 10 and from March 21 to March 31 ($120 value), spotlighting Mother Nature's lush landscapes and the numerous ways in which people traverse them. Before crafting vibrant, refrigerator-bound masterpieces, sponge-like children will absorb an abundance of knowledge about various topics in each lesson, and parents can peruse a list of Primary Color’s upcoming workshops and schedules here. Classes are held at a five-to-one student-teacher ratio to ensure each child has the proper elbow space to twirl newly acquired Dali mustaches.