Thursday After School Art @ CDS

Sarah Storm

Grades Primary-4
October 6, 13, 20, 27, November 3, 10
2pm - 4pm

About the Workshop

Please join us for an afternoon of outdoor play, art making and fun!

In this program we will be exploring different nature and art materials each week. From sun prints to painting, drawing to wool felting, we will be exploring a range of art processes to make seasonally themed, process based, art projects. We will spend as much time as possible outdoors making art with the school building as on back-up when the weather dictates. Please send your child in appropriate clothing for the weather. All students will create a variety of art works to bring home as well as having time for an after school snack and some free play each session.

Paint Brushes

About the Workshop

All materials included


Your Instructor

Chester District Elementary

Sarah Storm is passionate about teaching children about both art and the natural world. She completed The Child and Nature Alliance of Canada’s Forest School Practitioners Certification in 2022. Sarah also recently founded the Wild Wonders Forest School, which provides land based education for children 3-12 focused on teaching about nature, art & compassion. She hold Bachelors degrees in both Education and Fine Arts, with a specialization in Arts Education, from Acadia University and The University of Calgary, Respectively. Sarah has spent the last ten years substitute teaching with children and teens, all over the South Shore Regional Centre for Education schools. Before moving to Nova Scotia, Sarah lived in Calgary Alberta and taught at the Creative Kids Children’s Museum, The Art Gallery of Calgary and was the Arts and Crafts Director at Camp Chief Hector. Sarah Storm now lives and plays outside Bridgewater in Mi’kma’ki (Nova Scotia) She also has a passion for cooking, dancing & traveling. She is often found outside with her Husband, son and their Boston Terrier.