Attention parents and creative children K-2!
Peaceful Frogs is at Little Bee Learning Studio!
To inquire about classes, contact Little Bee Learning Studio online.
Call for more information: Susan Newman Lerer at 201-306-2618 or Mary Haywoode at 201-685-0944.
Each class has a maximum of 5 students to assure your child gets individual attention!
163 4th Street, Hoboken, NJ
Testimonial from Melissa Azzarto:
“We love the Little Bee Learning Studio!! My 4 year old daughter has been taking the Peaceful Frogs class and has so much fun. The teacher is engaging and attentive — great combo class! Every day my daughter asks if it’s time for her class. Returning for the next session for sure!”
The 1 hr Peaceful Frogs class:
Susan Newman Lerer is happy to be bringing her “Peaceful Frogs” nature and art class to the students at Little Bee Learning Studio. The students will explore an aspect of nature and/of wildlife. Following the lesson the students will work on arts and crafts to help further the understanding of the topic.
Students will use assorted materials:
Colored pencils, crayons, pastels, chalk, paint, markers, paper
Stencils, stickers, glitter, confetti, etc.
Words, phrases or poetry that add meaning to their artwork.
*We ask permission from parents and caregivers before photographing students in class.
Some of our topics include:
Frogs and the Rainforest
Trees and Urban Forests
Honey Bees and Crops
Sea Life and Coral Reefs
Turtles and/or Birds
Our Place in Nature (reuse, reduce, recycle)
Dinosaurs (fossils, etc.)
Herbs, Plants and Natural Remedies
Sea Creatures (sea dragons, etc.)
Different types of Gardens (roof gardens, vertical gardens, vegetable gardens, floral gardens…)
Space (stars, planets… our place in the universe)
Environmental problems/issues (climate change, recycling materials, etc.)
The Art lessons include:
Learning about patterns (zebra and big cat’s stripes; frogs and salamander’s spots / stripes, etc.)
Exploring 3d and multimedia crafts. Learning how to cut and glue materials together.
Experimenting with different materials and colors.
Learning about the masters of art through creation of their own projects.