Drawing & Painting Class
Our activities will challenge and develop your child’s creativity, imagination, thinking skills, and social skills.
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Jackson Pollack once said, “Painting is self discovery.” The act of drawing and painting is one of creativity and self-discovery. Pollack also said, “Every good artist paints what he is.” That may be why art is such an integral part of who we are and why all children have such a strong urge to pick up a paintbrush or crayons or markers and create something. Those early drawings and paintings give a little glimpse into their developing personalities. Children tend to draw what is on their mind, whether it is a superhero they want to be like, the house they call home, or the monster they are afraid of. Drawing and painting is not only a creative outlet, it also helps preschoolers develop their fine motor skills, learn shapes and colors, and learn how pictures and symbols represent the world around it.
Kids Preschool is a great place for my son to start his schooling experience. He loves being there, especially loves Music classes with Mrs. Arya!
Our drawing and paining class is designed to introduce preschoolers to the world of art in a way that is creative, fun and engaging. Your preschooler will have the chance to create art using a variety of methods such as finger-painting, creating collages from different materials that have texture and shape, working with sculpting clay, mixing paints, using paintbrushes with paints and watercolors, and coloring with crayons and markers. Using different mediums and different materials adds to your preschoolers understanding of what art is and how it is made. Drawing and painting class is the first step your budding Van Gogh will take into the world of art!
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In choosing preschool program that is best for their child, parents should consider the level of openness between the school and the family.
It’s important to look for a discovery-based program, and not one that is primarily focused on drill and practice skills. While structure is essential, parents should look for a preschool that offers opportunities for children to make choices about their learning.
Of course, you want to be sure that your child’s preschool teacher is experienced and qualified. A good preschool teacher understands how children grow and develop. Ask about training and experience working with young children and with a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
Preschools should offer plenty of opportunities for active play. Physical activity is critical for the development of a child’s gross motor skills and promotes health and well-being.Table time is also a must. “It’s important that children have daily exposure to fine motor activities, such as stringing beads, snipping paper strips, and pre-writing activities such as scribbling in shaving cream.
Growing tots need to rest at some point during a busy preschool day, so don’t forget to ask the teacher when naptime takes place. Ideally, naps should be scheduled at the same time every day and should not last more than two hours (more than that may interfere with your little one getting a good night’s sleep). You’ll need to know if the school supplies a nap mat, sheet, or pillow.