Creativity Leads to Learning
The summer schedule is built for art. Whether you are fortunate enough to be able to be home with your kids all summer or not, these art activities can be done in just a few minutes everyday.
Create a drawing a day until school back in session. Young Rembrandts has over 50 two minute how to draw videos on their YouTube page. There is sure to be something every child is interested in learning to draw. A fun project would be to build on one large drawing for a few days to create a whole scene.
Reward your kids for a job well done this year. Young Rembrandts offers all kinds of summer workshops and classes for just about any interest area.
Young Rembrandts designed some coloring pages that are more complex than traditional coloring books but much less overwhelming to color than many adult coloring books. Coloring is great for teaching mindfulness and getting the kids to focus. Plus, it’s fun! Once you download them you can print them off as many times as you want to create so many different color combinations.
Bring Young Rembrandts into your house! Download these fun activities, for free! Art is a powerful way to learn. It offers children a relaxing, stress-free and pleasurable way to learn and critical thinking skills that boost confidence and build self esteem.
We would all rather be outside as the weather warms up and the sun begins to shine more days than not. Do you have any tricks for keeping the kids engaged in learning over the summer? Let us know in the comments below.