Research has proven that when children participate in art, their test scores are higher. We’re excited to see research is proving what we knew all along, but we don’t do art because it helps with test scores. We do art because it’s an opportunity for children to express themselves, develop core art skills, and learn to communicate. Learning how to draw improves a child’s observation, attention to detail, patterning and differentiation skills – skills that are essential to success in reading, math, science and other subjects. While drawing, your child is also developing their fine motor skills, learning to see multiple solutions to a problem, to think outside the box and develop crossover creativity. Thank you for allowing us to work with your child every week. We enjoy what we do and are delighted our time in art class has such a profound impact on their lives and school success, sign up for a Young Rembrandts class today.
What is your child’s learning style? There are three basic learning styles; visual, tactile, and auditory. Take the test and get immediate results: Is your child a visual learner?