Saturday Morning Art Club

Saturday, Apr 20 from 9:30–10:30am EDT
4–9 yrs old
Drop-off: kids only
10% sibling discount available

A wonderful way to end a month of appreciating Earth.

When kids engage in painting and observation, they develop a variety of valuable skills. Firstly, painting helps enhance their fine motor skills as they learn to control the brush, mix colors, and apply paint with precision. It also promotes hand-eye coordination as they translate their observations onto the canvas or paper. Observation skills are honed as children closely study the subject matter, paying attention to details, shapes, colors, and textures. This fosters their ability to notice nuances in their surroundings and cultivate a deeper appreciation for the world around them. Painting also encourages creativity and self-expression, allowing children to explore their imagination and communicate their thoughts and emotions visually. Additionally, it promotes patience, focus, and perseverance as they work through the different stages of creating a painting. Overall, painting and observation provide a holistic learning experience, nurturing artistic abilities, cognitive skills, and emotional development in children.

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art, beginner art lesson, and intermediate art lessons
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