Rock Painting Workshop

Rock Painting Workshop

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Description: 
In June 2016 we had a rock painting workshop outside of the Library for kids. We asked kids to bring their own rock and we used paint and juice boxes leftover from other programming so this program did not cost the Library any money directly. We did this on a Saturday afternoon and the sun was shining and while we gave kids examples of what they could paint on their rocks, most of them came up with their own designs.
Number of sessions: 
1
Length of program session: 
30-60 minutes
Presenter(s): 
Amanda Sanders
Audience
Primary Audience: 
Preschool (aged 3-4)
Primary (Gr. K-3 or aged 5-8)
Intermediate (Gr. 4-7 or aged 9-12)
Middle School/Junior Secondary (Gr. 8-10 or aged 13-16)
Young Families/Parents
Secondary Audience: 
Preschool (aged 3-4)
Primary (Gr. K-3 or aged 5-8)
Intermediate (Gr. 4-7 or aged 9-12)
Middle School/Junior Secondary (Gr. 8-10 or aged 13-16)
Young Families/Parents
Resources
Resources required (materials/supplies; food/refreshments, etc.): 
Rocks (provided by attendees) Paint Brushes Paint Buckets for water Juice Boxes Paper Towel
Budget for this program: 
$0
Evaluation
What were the goals/objectives of your program?: 
To enjoy the sunshine and do an outdoor craft
Feedback from Participants: 
Loved it!
Highlights - what worked well?: 
Everything! When you don't have definite structure to the activity kids are free to explore their creativity and being able to enjoy the warm weather is always a plus :)
What would you change about this program?: 
Nothing!
Program photos: