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KIDZART


KidzArt is a North American Drawing based, multi media Art Program. Over the last 18 years, KidzArt has provided children of all ages with inspiring drawing lessons and Art Projects.

KidzArt was developed as fun Program to help children to be creative thinkers and problem solvers. KidzArt is NOT limited for ‘ARTISTIC’ children. The classes are designed to reach every child from Picassos-in-training to the children who never thought they could draw. After participating in KidzArt, confidence grows and skills develop that carry over into other areas of study.

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Course Outline:
Age: 5 - 12 yrs.
Lesson Length: 80 mins.
Length of course: Ongoing semesters.
Class Type: Group Classes

ADVANTAGES: 


KIDZART- LEARNING HAPPENS IN MANY WAYS:The pressure for children to succeed academically is greater today than ever, and in the process the arts are being pushed aside. Parents are tuning into unique ways to help their kids promote creativity at home.
Art will not only help your kids express their creative side, but it can actually help them succeed in the classroom.


Art makes you smart: Studies show that students who make art do better at school than those who don’t do any kind of art.

Art gets you thinking: You might not know it, but whenever you create a picture, you ask yourself lots of questions such as “What if I put an elephant here?” And learning to ask yourself questions, and figure out answers, makes you better at problem solving.

Art lets you show the world what you’re feeling: Studies show that students who create art learn to express their ideas and feelings. Plus, they may find it easier to share their thoughts with their parents and teachers.

Art lets you experiment: When you create art, anything goes. There’s never a right or wrong way; it’s all part of the learning process. It’s risk-free fun.

With every picture, you tap into your imagination: Guess where all the great inventions in the world first start? In people’s imagination! That’s where all original ideas come from. And here’s great news. Your imagination is like a muscle. The more you use it, the stronger it becomes.