"Children are naturally creative. It is our job to give them the freedom, materials and space to let their creativity blossom to its full potential."
- Jean Vant Hul
Why Art ?
Art is an integral part of everyday life.
It is important to expose children to the universal language of art to build their appreciation of their individuality and the beauty of their surroundings as well as the people and things with which they interact each day.
Building their personal visual dictionary.
Children are very open to seeing and learning about art. The more we expose them to a variety
of artistic opportunities along with the use of different media and tools, the better.
They learn through their senses
One of the joys of exposing young children to art is knowing that they learn through their senses well
before they will read and write.
A desire for artistic experiences and expression is universal in us all.