Art has an impact on every aspect of our children’s lives. When children are confident in their creativity they can then feel confident to share ideas and try new things. Look at the positive impact Young Rembrandts classes have had on this former student as he has grown in the arts.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about the change I’ve seen in my grandson since computer time had increased. He had what we all thought were healthy boundaries and he could be creative in the games he was playing. But even with those considerations, he was becoming more and more obsessed with the characters and the games.
From California to the Carolinas, Young Rembrandts is “drawing” attention all month long for the creative celebration of its 30th Anniversary. Throughout April, the nation’s leading children’s art education program that specializes in offering a curriculum uniquely focused on drawing, is showcasing its appreciation to the communities it serves with “30 Events in 30 Days.”
Young Rembrandts classes can help children who may have difficulty in traditional classroom settings by allowing them to participate without the pressures of socializing and giving them steps to follow. Look at the positive impact Young Rembrandts classes have had on this student with an autism spectrum disorder as written by her grandmother.
“We must take care that children’s early encounters with reading are painless enough, so they will cheerfully return to the experience now and forever. But if it’s repeatedly painful, we will end up creating a school-time reader instead of a lifetime reader.”
– Jim Trelease