Going back to school can throw a curveball at our right-brain thinking champs. Sitting still and tuning in can feel like trying to leash a tornado, especially for those young explorers who learn best by seeing, touching, and doing. After-school enrichment programs are like the secret sauce for those kids who are missing out on some action-packed learning during the regular school hours. But here’s the million-dollar question: how do you pick the perfect activity for your kid?
Helping your child tap into their creative side doesn’t have to break the bank. Kids of all ages love to get art supplies as gifts. But don’t feel like you have to spend the big bucks to give your kids hours of creative fun. Here are 14 gift ideas, most of which you can find at your local arts and crafts store.
Given Young Rembrandts art education focus, is it important that franchisees be established in the arts to ensure success? Just as with any business, a passion for driving growth is important for success, as is a belief in the franchise’s mission of quality arts education.
Why do we expect art technique to be intuitive? Can you imagine going to statistics class and having the professor say – explore? Look at these numbers. Read these new problems and give it a go. Try and figure out how to make numbers do that. No explanation. Not even a text book.
March Madness has begun! Every year the NCAA college basketball championship tournament starts in mid March and goes through mid April. Millions of people watch as the best college basketball teams in the nation compete for the title of NCAA champions. Get your kids inspired to root for their favorite team and improve handwriting and focus at the same time.
“There are visible academic and art benefits for children that participate in our program. Young Rembrandts’ students have fun while developing fundamental art literacy and improved academic abilities,” notes Fetter. “We are passionate about helping children develop the skills they need to be successful.”