Animals are cute, charming, colorful, funny and fluffy! They have a way of bringing out the best in us.
Introducing your children to farm animals at an early age will result in a greater understanding of responsibility and compassion. I hope that through my art I instill a love for nature in the kids. This way they could become keepers of its beauty and value for years and generations to come. Nature art for children generates a love of nature, a love of learning and creativity. Art develops the willingness to explore the unseen in real life. It awakens the senses for beauty; opens the hearts and minds and fuels the imagination. This is what childhood should be about: having fun outdoors, going on adventures, exploring nature!
Spring showers that bring May’s blooms can make for some long days inside.
Many parents are keeping kids from much needed exercise and fun when it is raining and wet outside. They believe that playing in the rain is an easy way to catch a cold. Why it is OK to let your kids play in the rain? Because (most) kids adore water! It is a way to have some great fun, to relax and exercise at the same time. Under the rain some cute and sweet characters may appear, like snails and mushrooms. Here are Krisi and Bobi under the rain talking about mushrooms.