Scribbles for Littles - Buliding the foundation for creativity and self-expression

Art Classes for the young artist
Scribbles for Littles is focused on providing high-quality art classes to preschools and elementary schools in Central Texas.

*We meet licensing requirements.  All teachers are CPR and First Aid certified as well as fingerprinted with background check.

Where will Scribbles for Littles be this summer?
Summer Art Camps
at Cups & Cones
Steiner Ranch

Cartoon Camp (ages 7-11) June 22-June 25

ART Camp (ages 6-10) July 27-July 30 

Space is limited. Reserve a spot today for your young artist!

Weekly Classes

Upward Bound Montessori School
Round Rock, TX
12 weeks of classes starting on January 12th!
Big Scribblers Art Class (ages 3.5-6)
Monday 3:30-4:15
Classes will begin on January 12th and finish on April 20th.
*All materials included (UBM students only)

School in the Hills 
Montessori School 
Steiner Ranch
12 weeks of classes starting on January 20th & 21th
Big Scribblers Class 1 - 2:15
Big Scribblers Class 2 - 3:00
Big Scribblers Class 3 - 3:45
Big Scribblers Class 4 - 2:15
Big Scribblers Class 5 - 3:00
Little Scribblers Class - 3:45
*All materials included (SITH students only)

Blooming Scholars Montessori School
Round Rock, TX
15 weeks of classes starting on 1/15/15
Big Scribblers Art Class (Ages 3-6)
Big Scribblers Class 1 - 3:15
Big Scribblers Class 2 - 4:00
*All materials included (BSM students only)

Primrose School
Vista Ridge
Cedar Park, TX
8 weeks of classes starting on June 15th 
*All materials included (Primrose students only)
Elementary Art Class (ages 6-9) - Mondays at 2:00
PreK Art Class (ages 3-5) - Mondays at 3:00 

Meet the Art Teacher on May 18th at PSVR!  We will have a booth set up from 4:00-5:30.  You can learn more about our amazing art program and even sign your child up for a free demo class that will be held on May 25th.  We hope to see you there!
Please email for more information. 

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"Imagination does not become great until a person, given the courage and strength, uses it to create.  If this does not occur, the imagination addresses itself only to a spirit wandering in emptiness."
~ Dr. Maria Montessori, MD

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