Happy Hands Art Time

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Happy Hands Art Time
Happy Hands Art Time
Happy Hands Art Time

A program purely developed to inspire and encourage creativity in toddlers aged 1 - 5 years. 

Jacqui Knight - 9728 8833

jacqui.knight@ec.vic.edu.au

Edinburgh College Primary, Cnr Edinburgh & Allenby Roads Lilydale


Three sessions currently operate at the Edinburgh College Primary, Edinburgh Road, Lilydale.

Meet other mums, enjoy planned craft times together and have fun creating a master piece made especially by those special little people you love.

For more information or to register for a session, visit the Happy Hands website 

If a session states it's Booked Out, you can still register and go on a waiting list for the following term.



Happy Hands Art Time is a community program for parents and toddlers that focuses on developing the fun and creative side of children aged 1-5. Parents support their toddlers to complete two themed crafts during the session each week exploring all types of mediums. These will include things like paint, glue, glitter, crayons, play dough and much more! Happy Hands always aims to introduce colour, shapes, nature and all types of other engaging themes for your toddler to learn and love. It is a structured run program that also involves themed sensory play, singing along with the guitar, using props and actions, and moving from one activity to another understanding the short attention span this age group tends to have!

With our program, we want your toddler to ENJOY themselves! Our motto is MESS DOES NOT MATTER, and yes the mess does in fact stay with us and you do not have to worry about taking it home. During the session, toddlers will always be very encouraged to come up with their own interpretations of the craft theme for the day. It is always about the process of art exploration and not necessarily the end result! We are constantly amazed though at what a toddler with come up with given the resources! View our Art Gallery to see what we have been up to!

A light and healthy morning or afternoon tea is offered at the end of the session for the opportunity for parents to socialize, share and support each other, and also enjoy a cup of tea themselves!

We most certainly look forward to meeting you and your child where we can help harness their creativity in a safe and nurturing environment.