Nurturing creativity and imagination
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“Fun, interactive, artistic exercises that promote creativity and involve brain-storming can help children succeed in the classroom,” says da Vinci Creative Kids general manager tan Chin Wee.
research shows that most people have a dominant side of the brain, where the lefthemisphere governs logic, analysis and spatial reasoning, while the right side governs creativity and emotion.
Creating art expands children’s ability to interact with the world around them, and provides a new set of skills for self-expression and communication.
da Vinci Creative Kids offers creative art and craft programmes for children aged four and above. It has a structured syllabus that encourages students to fully utilise their creativity and promotes imagination. these programmes provide a platform for the young students to exercise their right brain after a day of left-brain school academics.
the Little da Vinci Creative Programme for children aged four and five has undergone thorough research and development with the objective of teaching young children to not only create great artworks but also develop self-confidence, communication skills and problem-solving skills.
When children draw a picture, paint a portrait, or explore craft-making, they actually begin to communicate and express themselves visually. With young children exploring art ideas, they are testing possibilities and working through challenges, much like a scientist who experiments and finds solutions.
the Little da Vinci Creative Programme uses a series of creativity-empowering components that centres on the concept of Integrated eye-Mind-hand development. this approach includes the Flash Animation Visual Learning method, a proven way to improve mental capacity and the understanding of artistic principles. It also employs an Integrated “Learn & Apply” Workbook to guide children in drawing and colouring Craft Activities, which will enhance children’s observation, fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Furthermore, Creative Play time during the lessons enables children to create better physical development and develop better social skills.
Besides the Little da Vinci programme, da Vinci Creative Kids also offers other exciting programmes such as Junior da Vinci Creative Kids Art (five to 11 years old), Intermediate da Vinci Kids Art (seven to 12 years old), Advanced da Vinci Art (13 to 15 years old) and more.
For those who are interested in establishing your own da Vinci Creative Kids centre, call 03-5637 5510 or e-mail email@example.com.