December 21, 2018

Neon green, pink, shiny sparkly fuchsia. As we wrap up our minds, we wear all the sequins and the glitter and we visualize a spectacular, creative 2019.

This year was extraordinary for us. 

We focused on our work and vision more than ever. We achieved most of our goals a...

March 5, 2018

Fractions, toddlers and movement. With my toddler group we approached fractions using our bodies and here are some ideas you may follow with your team, as well. I am also attaching a free pdf bellow with the tips and all the steps -use it! 

STEP ONE: Introduce shapes to...

February 16, 2018

A friend of mine shared an experience with me recently: she went with her toddler to a public library and her son picked this book among many many others. My first thought was “of course.” You see, I haven’t yet met a child to remain indifferent to this book. Maybe tha...

February 11, 2018

Hervé Tullet is an incredible book maker who needs no introductions. His books encourage self-oriented play and read. His books explore the meanings behind nonverbal communication -books with no printed words, just shapes and concepts that are ready to be crafted. An o...

December 18, 2017

A few days ago, I had the opportunity to participate in the 2017 IAEA conference (Illinois Art Education Association) with the company of a good friend and colleague, Taylor Poulin. We think we inspired and helped some art educators to think about creating SciArt conte...

December 2, 2017

"My child hates books", says Liza to me with a heartbroken voice then she continues disappointedly, "what should I do?" I could talk about this topic for hours, but here are some first thoughts for those parents who don't know what to do. Keep in mind that this is not...

September 12, 2017

The following months are exciting and we are not talking about pumpkin latte or pumpkin ... everything. We will be running some adult workshops on SciArt storytelling.

On Wednesday the 25th of October we wear comfy clothes and we are heading to the Art Institute of Chic...

July 14, 2017

Imagine you walk into an old, impressive building. Big windows, high ceilings. A person welcomes you and shows you where to go. You go. You enter the room. White walls, white floor. The light feels and seems right, you don’t know why but you don’t care either. At the r...

March 9, 2017

Teachers are my heroes. They should be your, too.

February 28, 2017

I had the privilage to visit NY a couple of days ago. The Museums and the people always find a way to change and reform my heart again and again -the lessons I've learned are already in my (overweight) luggage.

This time, I had a wonderful talk with a precious friend,...

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