Presented by: Rosemary Quaranta
Sewing is an essential skill that develops eye-hand coordination as well as ensures that the hand and the brain are working together. It reinforces coordination, concentration, independence, and order. The children sew from simple techniques to complex techniques where you combine stitches, buttons, and other embellishments. Sewing is purposeful and meaningful work for all ages. You use many executive functioning skills like planning, solving problems, critical thinking, organizing, and creating. Join me for this engaging workshop to reinforce the beauty and importance of sewing in the classroom.
You can attend this workshop and so many others on Saturday, March 4th. Learn more and register below.