Your little artist’s creativity knows no bounds: the dinner table, the sofa, and the walls seem to be fair game.
Give her a gentle redirect with Poloppo’s T-Me T-shirt kit. The SF-born company knows what a blooming Basquiat needs to make a wearable work of art.
DIY provisions include paper, markers, and a mail-back envelope. Use the materials to create artwork from scratch or submit a previously completed one. Your tot will be rewarded with a shirt bearing the same magnum opus.
Sizes go from toddler to adult, so you, too, can wear the masterpiece with pride.
Better you than that sofa.
Available online at poloppo.com.
United in Nima: Bay Area and Ghanaian Youth Share Lives Through the Lens
What: Photographic exhibit of socially conscious images created through an exchange between SF and Ghanian teens.
Why: It’s out of Africa.
When: Thurs.-Mar. 25. Tues.-Sat., noon-5 p.m.
Where: SF Camerawork, 657 Mission St., b/t New Montgomery & 3rd Sts., 2nd flr. (415-512-2020).
Family Appreciation Day
What: City museums and other attractions welcome fams with free admission for Mayor Gavin Newsom’s fourth annual event.
Why: Get it together.
Where: All around town. Participating attractions online at sfkids.org.
Honeys & Heroes Sale
What: Extra specially good sale of covetable kids’ clothing, with up to 60 percent off winter styles.
Why: Gather ye bargains while ye may.
When: Tues.-Jan. 15.
Where: 3366 Sacramento St., b/t Walnut & Presidio Sts. (415-567-6780); 855 El Camino Real, Town and Country Village, ste. 120, Palo Alto (650-326-1899).