Teaching and preparing for the leaf lights craft was a fun learning experience for me! I struggled with the design process of the craft, as the craft online would not work with the materials we had, so I had to … Read More
After perfecting and customizing the process of creating the snowman, soon enough, the night of the lesson finally came. After setting up the room, the other volunteers and I figured that it would be most efficient for us to begin … Read More
What could be more creative and fun than to create water-coloring cards for your loved ones? The water-coloring cards represented the fall season and were a great sight to see while the colors were blending it creating a beautiful look. … Read More
It’s Friday night, the first real chill of the season greets me as I get out of the car. Any other night, I would have loved to stay home, curl up on the couch, hot chocolate in hand, a good … Read More
This mini-paper bicycle craft was specially designed for the upcoming Little Masters Club’s bike-a-thon event, which would be held on the very next day. Before the event, we put a lot of preparation and time into it. First, we ourselves … Read More
Going into this craft, it was my first experience leading and teaching an activity. The idea of developing, designing, and administering a craft was originally quite daunting, but help and support naturally came along the way. Guiding my thinking along … Read More
On September 29th, Little Masters Club hosted an event on migratory birds at the Redmond Little Masters Office. This event was part I of a two-day session, on the bird’s migration, followed by outdoor bird watching on the following Saturday. We were lucky to have bird experts Ms. Mary and Ms. Jae from National Audubon Society. Around 20 children attended the event.