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Our interactive video classes offer a fun outlet for arts extracurriculars and live entertainment. From Princess Sing-alongs to Arts and Crafts, and everything in between!

Upcoming Courses

Princess Storytime and Song-along!

Join us each week for story time with a princess! The princess will read a story, sing a song, and interact with each child throughout. Feel free to dress up, and sing and dance along!

Beginner Improv for Kids Drop-in

Are you full of energy, but enjoy staying home? Do you love goofing off and having fun? Learn to flex that funny bone right from the comfort of your living room with our online beginner improv drop-in for kids!

Movement and Creativity Games for Ages 4-6!

Is your child full of energy? Do they love goofing off and having fun? This class uses movement and creativity based games to provide an outlet for their energy from the comfort of your own home! This class is recommended for ages 4-6.

Imaginative Pixel- Intro to Digital Painting

Fascinated with the stunning digital art, curious with how those illustrations are being made? Good news for you, I've designed this course for absolute beginners to take. After this course, you will be able to release your imagination in the digital realm.

Drop-in Beginner’s Origami for Kids

From cranes and frogs to puppies galore, time to make some friends and so much more! In this Beginner’s Origami class, we’re going to learn the basics of the craft and how to fold simple but impressive animals and objects.

Create Your Own Still Life Through Drawing & Painting

In this class we will also be learning about composition, colour and various line & mark making techniques. The outcome of this class will be to produce a piece of work that is both colourful and fun.

Intro To Screenwriting

Is your kid a budding filmmaker? Do they love telling stories? Can they quote to you every line from Frozen? Well this class might be just the thing for them! In this four-part course participants will learn the basics of script-structure, how to write exciting characters and walk away with their own short screenplay by the end!

Orchestra VS Pop Music – Radiohead and Stravinsky

Are you a pop music fan who has always been bored by the orchestra and classical music? Have you always wondered why it seems to be popular among a very select group of people? Have you thought about how pop, rock, rap, R&B, and other groups use the orchestra in their work?

Featured Courses

KIDS –  Hobbit Book Club

with Erin Humphry

Discovering Tarot

with Tamara Casper

KIDS – Movement & Creativity Games

with Janelle McGuinness

Vinyasa Flow

with Jamie Delf

Featured Instructors

Monica Zou

Origami

Monica is an actor, writer, crafter and a lifelong storyteller. She graduated from Ryerson University’s RTA Media Production program with a concentration in screenwriting and video production. An advocate for the arts, Monica is passionate about merging the complexities of reality into creative expressions. Monica started teaching creative writing in 2013, guiding young highschoolers along the exciting path of fictional storytelling. Around the same time, she led her very own Improv Team with the help of a fellow English teacher. In 2018, Monica started tutoring English and writing online, focusing her attention on children aged 4-12.

Al Bernstein

Acting

I am a professional actor, acting professor and award-winning filmmaker who works in film, television and on the stage. My career as an actor has been in Toronto, New York and Los Angeles. I have an MFA from the Actors Studio Drama School; trained at Circle in the Square and HB Studios and have studied with well renowned private teachers. One of my areas of specialization is on-camera acting. I focus on the importance of the given circumstances of a scene working from the inside out. As a professor, I combine the unpredictability of human behaviour and intimate acting techniques with strong interpersonal skills and empathy. I have a keen awareness along with expertise to communicate the depth of craft so that actors today can grow into fully three-dimensional bold artists.

Jacob Caines

Music

Jacob is a musician and musicologist that for the past 5 years has been a faculty member at Dalhousie University and the Maritime Conservatory of Performing Arts. He is an active conductor and clarinetist as well as a pianist and musical director. He has performed across Canada in a variety of genres ranging from classical to music theatre and jazz. He has been a professor of music history, music theory, as well performing regularly as a conductor. He has taught private one-on-one lessons for over a decade. These topics have included: Theory, music history, conducting, clarinet, saxophone, piano, and voice. He has seen students through the rigorous Royal Conservatory of Music examinations from grades 1-10 and through the ARCT process.

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Testimonials

“I had a blast taking David's Improv class. He was great at guiding the session and provided us with fun games to practice our improv skills. I certainly gained some confidence by taking it and had a great time laughing with new friends. I'd certainly recommend taking a class with ConfettiHeads as it was simple to join and a ton of fun!”

Robert S.

“The improv class is really fun! It’s like you can just be yourself. I really like my instructor. He’s really nice.”

Ali (age 7)

"I am beyond happy with the quality of instruction on ConfettiHeads. My daughter looks forward to her weekly class and is engaged and active for the full hour. For a busy parent, the platform is easy to navigate as well. It’s a one stop shop to explore interests we would otherwise have to spend hours searching for and researching ourselves.”

Ali’s Mom

"My daughter really enjoyed the Improv class. The teacher did a great job getting all the kids involved and I heard a lot of laughter, which was a great sign. We signed her up for more and she can't wait!"

Joel S.

“We enjoyed the class A LOT! Victoria was engaging, creative, and instructive. My children continued down their path of writing, something we are encouraging at home. Victoria was able to create a few ideas and directions to point my kids to start developing their own characters and stories. We would recommend the platform to friends. Signing up was super easy and quick! I enjoyed the GUI and found it quick and easy to navigate. From the Dad POV - Victoria created a safe learning environment where my children expressed their creativity and put pen to paper. All I could ask for 🙂 “

Derek R.

“My son Owen loved the magical sports creation class! He is a creative kid who love knights, armour, dragons, monsters, magic, and all the Harry Potter books. The magical sports creation fit in perfectly! He really liked the instructor. She was fun and engaging and made sure that all the kids had an opportunity to participate and have their ideas heard. We would definitely recommend this session to others and we are keeping an eye out for the next ConfettiHeads class!”

Elisabeth B.

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