Children are naturally creative.

It is our job as parents to give them the freedom, materials, & space to let their creativity blossom to its full potential.

Artful Parenting 101

Online courses to help you become the creative family you want to be

A Creative Family Foundation - An Online Course

A Creative Family Foundation

Lay a strong foundation for the creative family you want to be. You’ll learn how to set up an inspiring art space, stock the best art materials for kids’ art, use simple art invitations, match the art activity to the child, foster creativity through process art, make time for art, and rock it as an artful parent.


Getting Creative with Kids Art Activities - An Online Course

Getting Creative With Kids' Art Activities

Foster children’s creativity and development with fun art activities you can do at home. Learn how to encourage kids to draw with confidence, use nature as inspiration, why messy, action, & sensory art are important, how to do group art activities, & how to plan for art.


Connecting Through Creativity - a mini course

Connecting Through Creativity

A powerful mini course on how connection and creative activities can work hand in hand to improve family life while fostering long-term creativity and self confidence. Make easy tweaks in your family so you can lay the foundation for a lifetime of creativity, self-confidence, and success. 



Kickstart your artful parenting by getting all 3 courses ($125 value) for only $100!!! 

These courses are for you...

...if you have a child between the ages of 2 and 10

...if you want to lay a strong creative foundation for your family but are not sure where to start (or if you need some step-by-step help along the way

...if you want help creating an inspiring home environment for your family

...if you pin or bookmark lots of kids' activities but can't seem to get around to doing many

...if you want to learn how to use art to create a more peaceful family want more ideas for kids' art activities

Artful Parenting 101 Courses for Families and Parents