Norman Elementary students and their families enjoy art, crafts, games and music\u00a0 REED CITY \u2014 Diligently coloring a Valentine\u2019s Day heart, first grader Jazmin Aymer smiled as she pointed at the recipient of her craft, who sat across the table. \u201cYou\u2019re making that for me?\u201d said her mother, Jennifer, smiling back at her daughter. The mother-daughter pair were enjoying art together on Thursday evening at the Family Art and Music Night at GT Norman Elementary. \u201cYou get to be out of your house and have quality time with your kids, which we don\u2019t get a lot of,\u201d Jennifer Aymer said. \u201cAnd it\u2019s educational at the same time.\u201d Along with coloring, students and their families could participate in loop weaving, make a mosaic snowman, do crayon rubbing art or scrapbook. Families could bring family photos to add to a quilt block, which will be part of a family quilt to hang in the school\u2019s hallway. Students also could be a part of physical activities such as cup stacking, hula-hooping, dancing and building with Legos. The Reed City Rotary Club offered volunteer support at the event, tying balloons and supervising activities. \u201cWe\u2019re going to start coming to family nights and helping out regularly and being more visible in the community,\u201d said Ron Marek, rotary president. Each student received a free book at the event, which was sponsored by a host of local businesses and organizations.