If your child loves reading, or you’re looking for a fun way to get your child interested in books and help them keep track of their notes, these fun and easy bookmark crafts are a fun way to get kids crafting.
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Today’s throwback features a snapshot of Assistant Curator and Curator of the ‘Spirit of Budhai’ Exhibition, Monique Gilpin,(left) and Chief Curator at National Gallery of Jamaica, O’Neil Lawrence, (right) posing for a photo op after a successful opening reception of the ‘Spirit of Budhai’ exhibition on November 17, 2019.
To read more about the featured artist Neville Budhai and the ‘Spirit of Budhai’ exhibition, visit the link below:-
It was such a pleasure welcoming this group of long-time friends who planned a girl’s trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica in 2018. Their vacation plans didn’t just include soaking up the sun on the beach but also visiting historical locations to learn more about our rich culture and history.
Kids love arts and crafts, experimenting with different colours and techniques and that’s what we explore in this week’s craft. Painting with paintbrushes, sponges and sometimes fingers! Just have fun with it!
The benefits of playing dice games for kids are many! Playing these games will expose kids to the wonders of probability, put math calculation skills to use, improve visual perception and manual dexterity. Not only that, while playing dice games, your children will be improving their social skills. They will need to learn patience, turn taking and good sportsmanship! Enjoy!
#TBT ○ This week’s throwback highlights a snapshot of students from Mount Alvernia High School, expressing their fascination with one of the most intricate installations featured in the ‘Seven Women Artists’ exhibition, titled, ‘Grow Wings My Love Grow Wings’ created by Artist, Jasmine Thomas Girvan.