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We are thrilled to offer your students inspiring enrichment classes this year in
Elk Grove, CA!

We are a vendor of South Sutter, Visions, Rio Valley,
Feather River, Horizon, Cottonwood,
Winship, Clarksville,
 and Sequoia Charter Schools!
Want to add your school?
Send us an email!

Big change in the upcoming Semester!

The new schedule will not include the regular classes offered by Julia Akers as she is taking a leave of absence from work for health and family reasons.

We hope you will enjoy the wonderful Classes offered by Mrs. Jeanette!

New contact information:

PHONE: 916-612-6383



Enjoy Magical Art Lessons

and Letters from Hogwarts 

Irene Quiverhorn

Return to Hogwarts is excited to bring you Letters and Art Lessons from Irene Quiverhorn, a talented Hogwarts student!


Follow her adventures with keepsake letters and Art lessons from her desk in the Hufflepuff common room!


This course provides you instant access to recorded lessons, PDF letters and material lists which allows you to go at your own pace, creating beautiful artwork from the Wizarding world! 

Get to know our
New Registration System

Enrolling in Kid Creative has never been easier!

With our new registration system, parents can access important information such as enrollments, class schedules, and program calendars with just a few clicks. Say goodbye to the hassle of paper forms or long emails and hello to a seamless registration process!

February 2024




Friday February 2,9,16,23

Grades K-6th 

Time 1-2:30 PM

Cost $160

Faux foods are a designer's delight in this cupcake picnic class. Each session offers Students new techniques for creating imposter look-a-likes.  The delicious cupcakes will look real enough to fool the family and pass off as dinner. 



Sushi roll cupcakes- how about a Japanese sushi roll that is really a chocolate sponge cake and filled with fruity raspberry Bavarian cream for a surprise center?  During this class of imposter foods students will learn tips and tricks for making this dessert in disguise. Take your sushi rolls home for sharing in a to go carry case. 



Submarine sandwich with chips-

When it comes to deli sandwiches,  this cupcake takes the prize as the best dessert look-alike sub out there. Each layer of your sandwich is handcrafted and layered in the best way to pass off as an imposter. Faux Potato chips are made to compliment your take-home sub sandwich meal in a to-go carrier. 



Cheeseburger and fries cupcakes-  who doesn’t like a cheeseburger, especially when it’s a vanilla bean sponge with a brownie layered cupcake, and the fries are surprisingly seasoned fruit? This class offers techniques for creating the best looking fast food that is for dinner, except it’s dessert. Take your to-go food home in a takeout carrier. 



Fried chicken dinner cupcakes- when it comes to imposter food, this meal takes the prize. Learn to make a meal for your family except it’s dessert. With cupcakes that look like fried chicken mashed potatoes,  finished with bowls of peas and carrots, you will want to eat your vegetables. This faux meal is packed in a take-home carrier. 


Tea Time

Mondays Feb 5, 12,19,26
Grades k-6th
Time 1-2:30
Cost $160

These delightful storybook-themed tea time parties will be a special time for your young students to explore the world of tea, along with a craft to create that is centered around the theme for that party. 


Each time we meet, a new lesson on manners and etiquette will be given along with introducing our theme. A sampling of herbal and fruit teas will be offered along with a refreshment. This will allow your student to practice using life skills and good communication skills with their classmates as we enjoy our tea service and visits.

With each themed lesson, students will be immersed in the subject through a story or poem read, a craft, a little history retelling of the special person highlighted, or a celebration of the time period.
Students can come dressed for the occasion, and both girls and boys are welcome.

5th- Beatrix Potter Poetry Teatime

12th-Valentine's Day Teatime

19th-Fairy Tale Teatime

26th-Victorian Era-Lewis Carroll Themed Teatime


Early Learners

Nature STEM

Session A- Monday 5,12,19,26
Session B- Wednesday 7,14,21,28
Grades k-4th

Time 11-12:30
Cost $145 per 4-day session

This class is designed for young learners who enjoy being outdoors and exploring nature. Each class introduces exciting activities and topics for exploration, such as a tree detective and matching bark rubbings, discovering the superpowers of insects and recreating a model of an underground system for insects, learning how plants use water and building an eco-system, what lives in a pond and studying how layers of soil and plants filter water, dissecting plants, flowers and a variety of seeds.


Lessons will include using a nature journal for recording nature sightings, building projects to witness how nature works, and wild crafting using found materials from nature walks.
This is a science-based class with engineering, math, and some technology.  We encourage students to dress appropriately for being outdoors.

Weekly themes will cover lessons in the following areas.

Session A-
Exploring trees
Growing plant experiments
Experiments with pond water
Discovering the insect world

Session B-
Exploring animals in parks
Growing seed experiments
Experiments with soil
Insect super powers

FUNtastic Art
& Literature


Wednesday’s- Feb 7,14,21,28

Grades K-6th 

Time 1-2:30

Cost $140

Young artists will enjoy being a part of this literature- art based class, where the teacher reads aloud the featured book and follows up with the art lessons. Each lesson offers students projects with real art materials. Every class explores a new technique for using supplies and materials such as oil pastels, watercolor, layered tissue paper, acyclic paints, and colored pens. 

Our unique Kid Creative method includes all levels of learning abilities. Each student learns to express their artistic creativity with our step-by-step instructions. Connecting reading and illustration is the goal of this exciting art exploration.

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Painting Workshop

Session A- Evening River

Friday Feb. 2nd and 9th

Session B-Full Moon

Friday Feb.16th and 23rd

10-12 pm

Cost $90

This class offers young painters opportunities in advancing their skills with canvas layout, composition, and painting techniques.  Each painting is a 2-day class in order to accomplish the newly learned skills necessary for each painting. 

Evening River

Students will enjoy the journey of painting this mountain scene at the closing of a perfect day. Techniques for composition and shape contour will be taught as we wind our way upriver.


Full Moon

Students will be excited to capture this full moon over a waterfall in a painting.  Lessons for color blending and silhouette contour will be taught along with the tricky tips of water falling

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