Creating art expands a child's ability to interact with the world around them, and provides a new set of skills for self-expression and communication. Not only does art help to develop the right side of the brain, it also cultivates important skills that benefit a child's development. But art goes far beyond the tangible statistics measured by studies, it can become a pivotal mode of uninhibited self-expression and amazement for a child. Art matters the same way language matters
Young children are masters of the moment, they love the way it feels when they smear paint on paper, how it looks when they sprinkle glitter, and even the soft sound a brush makes as it crosses the page. At Naturekids, we foster process-focused art; encouraging children to not focus on the finished product but to enjoy the process of creating art.
Beyond the benefits that art gives to children’s cognitive, fine motor and social skills; most important of all is that children feel good while they are creating art and that helps to boost their self-confidence as they find freedom to experiment, make mistakes and feel free to invent new ways of thinking, which extends well beyond the classroom.
We love to see children’s excitement as they are surprised by what they can do. Guided by our talented art teacher, children learn various art techniques using various art medium that include their fingers, hands and feet. They can experience art sitting at our art table or painting on our vertical art board. Most important of all is that both are in the outdoor setting and that means the freedom to make a mess and reach out to nature for inspiration.