During Lunch CDSB

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

Once a week, for four (4) sessions, the Orfe EcoArt program will offer Eco-Art classes at your child’s school during lunchtime. We bring beautiful and fun projects to uplift your child’s creativity as they learn to take care of the planet. Children will learn and practice various artistic techniques while working on different projects. Projects are designed to be developed over two or more classes.

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$130.00

General Information

  • Materials: Since this program aims to create environmental awareness, students are required to bring recyclable materials they find at home for the projects. The list of suggested materials will be provided in advance.
  • Schedule: This program is available at school lunchtime. During the first 15 minutes, students eat their lunch while listening to the class introduction.
  • Grades: 1 to 8 (6 years old to up).
  • Class Size: 10 students.
  • Best Practices We invite you to read and share Orfe’s best practices with your child. They are important to create a great learning experience for all.

    Click Here: Best Practices for Orfe Classes

Terms available in 2024:

Term theme: Virgin Mary figure. Your child will explore the art of crafting the Virgin Mary using a special glue technique on repurposed old fabric. Our skilled instructors will guide them through the process, from designing the intricate details to applying the glue in a way that brings the Virgin Mary figure to life. this month’s project invites your child to delve into the rich world of religious art and traditional crafting techniques.

Every term guarantees an extraordinary fusion of creativity, education, and ecological mindfulness, ensuring that your child not only hones their artistic skills but also embraces essential values.

  • Orfe

    5 out of 5

    The Orfe Program’s dedication to using art as a tool for environmental education is praiseworthy, and its strong support for artists is remarkable. By emphasizing environmental education through art, the program not only engages children effectively but also equips them with the knowledge and values needed to become environmentally aware and responsible citizens.

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