ARTS

ArtWeekly your child will take part in expressing their own individual creative expression by being guided. The importance of the arts in early childhood development, artistic activities foster intellectual development. And some of their benefits are to; stimulate both sides of the brain. Increases the capacity of memory, attention and concentration. Helps develop reading skills and children do better in math and science. Trough creative art, children may be able to represent experiences that they cannot verbalize. They may draw pictures out of proportion, expressing things that are important to them. When we value children’s creativity we help them feel valued as people, raising their self-esteem. Art allows children to practice wide range of skills that are useful not only for life but also for learning. Skills children practice when practicing in art activities include: fine motor skills, grasping pencils, crayons, chalk and paint brushes help children develop their fine motor skills.