► ► It is interestingly undeniable that “Arts can help your child become more intelligent and creative”. Let's find out with us the reasons why children should love Fine Arts!

1. ✨Fine art improves the coordination of “Ears” and “Eyes”

Our children’s handwriting is often messy and not neat as ours. Fine arts will help children strengthen their hands with calligraphy exercises or assist them in learning to hold pens and brushes properly. These will help train their good reflexes, especially the coordination between "Hands" and "Eyes".

2. ✨Fine art helps parents understand their children better.

Parents can easily tell if their children are really happy and balanced or not through their doodles. Indeed, your child's hidden problems can be revealed through their brushstrokes.

3. ✨Fine art helps children relieve stress

Reading books or doing math at school often requires children to be highly focused, making them fatigued and low in energy. An art class in the afternoon is the perfect remedy for the kids to recharge their lost energy.

4. ✨Fine art nurtures creativity.

Children express their ideas better through creative activities. If you ask a class of six-year-olds to design a bed-making machine every morning, they will happily take on the challenge and amaze you with their mechanical know-how and imagination.

5. ✨Fine art builds children's confidence.

Mastering fine art is the process of building up the imagination. Little children all have the remarkable ability to express their creativity and imagination through their hand-crafted artworks.

6. ✨Fine art brings children excitement.✨

During the summer break, staying at home regularly without any activities will create a feeling of confinement in them. Therefore, parents should invest in their children's participation in creative activities of art and craft classes during this time period!

7. ✨A class in clay modeling or dough-making will improve children’s ingenuity.

Modeling clay or kneading dough helps children to stretch their hand muscles and improve their dexterity, which will be necessary for them to hold pens and pencils later on.