Studios Available at Queen Anne
Music Appreciation / Little’s Rock (Ages 3.5 - 5) - Instructor: Miss Ava Studios Available at West Seattle
Come explore the Science of Sound! Littles will learn rhythm, beats, pitch, ear training, and musical concepts in this spectacular music studio!
Miss Ava has been involved in music from an early age. She has worked in music production, music retail, and has spent the last four years directing the Little Wing Early Childhood Music Education program for preschoolers. As a parent of a Sweet Pea alumna, Miss Ava is dedicated to exposing children to music.
Tuesdays, 4:00-4:50pm, Pea Wee Room
Round 2: The Science of Art! (Ages 3-6) - Instructor: Miss Kelly
$10 supply fee is to be brought to the teacher on the first day.
Everyone knows that we love art at Sweet Pea, but did you know we also love science? With so much emphasis lately on STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) in schools, it’s easy to forget that science and technology require creativity too. In round two of this super fun and hands-on studio, we’ll blend science and art by using our creative brains and scientific brains to make awesome art! Get ready to get creative, get scientific, and best of all, get messy! (No need to have completed Round 1. All are welcome!)
Miss Kelly is the lead teacher in the Ladybug room and has been sharing her love of art with the littles at Sweet Pea for almost four years now. She is a graduate of Parsons School of Design and is a visual artist working in installation, textiles, and photography.
Thursdays, 4:00-4:50pm, Ladybug Room
The Masters: An Art Exploration (Ages 3 - 5) - Instructor: Miss Amaranta
Littles will be introduced to famous artists by practicing their motor skills such as painting, cutting with a pair of scissors, drawing and working with air dry clay. Each week will have a different artist ranging from Little Picassos, Frida Kahlo, Piet Mondrian, Matisse, etc.
Miss Amaranta is best known for her Educational Art Programs PreK-12 teaching Arts & Culture and she provides Art Residencies to many school districts and libraries. She has been a Spanish Teacher at the West Seattle Campus for five years. When it comes to her artwork, it has been a journey! She was trained in Ceramics, but creates artwork with a wide range of art supplies: maps, air dry clay, watercolors, acrylics, tin boxes, etc.
Mondays, 2:00-2:50pm, Firefly Room