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how to discover creativity In your child?

Let your child discover their creativity by introducing them to the basics of drawing & painting! In this class, they will explore different types of painting & drawing materials. With guidance, they will learn basic techniques & create their own original art. 


  • Drawing & Composition
  • Thematic Expression
  • Painting on Poster
  • Artist study
  • Drawing from
  • imagination
  • Observational drawing
  • Creative art
  • Color sense
  • Brush skills

Advantage Konsult Art!

  • Structured Curriculum – well-rounded curriculum that covers a range of art and design disciplines, and offers a variety of courses to meet the needs and interests of students.
  • Creative Focus – to explore the knowledge
  • Qualified Faculty who are knowledgeable in their field and are able to effectively teach and mentor students. 
  • Creative ambience with an Art Gallery
  • 50 + Artist engaged in Curriculum Development, Advisory and Teaching activities
  • Curated Age Groups

Benefits of Learning Art

  1. Creative expression: Art classes provide a space for kids to express themselves creatively and explore their artistic interests and abilities.
  2. Problem-solving skills: Art classes can help kids develop problem-solving skills as they work to create and finish a project.
  3. Fine motor skills: Art activities, such as drawing and painting, can help kids develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
  4. Confidence: Creating art can give kids a sense of accomplishment and boost their confidence.
  5. Socialization: Art classes can provide an opportunity for kids to socialize with their peers and build friendships.
  6. Emotional development: Art can help kids express and understand their emotions, which can be beneficial for their emotional development.
  7. Cultural awareness: Through art, kids can learn about different cultures and ways of life, which can broaden their understanding of the world.
  8. Relaxation: Art can be a relaxing and enjoyable activity for kids, helping them to de-stress and wind down.

Children Art Classes

Children Art Classes

  • Online Children Art  Classes are conducted through web streaming and scheduled as per the chosen slot by the student / parent
  • The learning path is same like a normal class and the experience is also exactly like a normal class.
  • Once we receive the payment for the course, you will be contacted by our Programmes team to fix the schedule. 
  • You can contact Mr.Dass, Manager -Programmes on + 91 9902739994 (10 am to 5 pm IST) for details.

Children Art Classes - PROGRESSION PATHWAY


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Art is a diverse range of human activities in creating visual, auditory or performing artifacts (artworks), expressing the author’s imaginativeconceptual ideas, or technical skill, intended to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.[1][2] Other activities related to the production of works of art include the criticism of art, and the study of the history of art.

The three classical branches of visual art are painting, sculpture and architecture.[3] Music, theatre, film, dance, and other performing arts, as well as literature and other media such as interactive media, are included in a broader definition of the arts.[1][4] 

Until the 17th century, art referred to any skill or mastery and was not differentiated from crafts or sciences. In modern usage after the 17th century, where aesthetic considerations are paramount, the fine arts are separated and distinguished from acquired skills in general, such as the decorative or applied arts.

Though there is no generally agreed definition of what constitutes art,[5][6][7] and ideas have changed over time, general descriptions mention an idea of imaginative or technical skill stemming from human agency[8] and creation.[9] The nature of art and related concepts, such as creativity and interpretation, are explored in a branch of philosophy known as aesthetics.[10]


The art of creating: Why art is important for early childhood development

The art of creating: Why art is important for early childhood development

Art exploration is not only fun and entertaining, but also educational. Here are some tips for growing your budding artist.

Support your child’s artistic journey with these tips. Photo credit: Lenchensmama | MSU Extension


Support your child’s artistic journey with these tips. Photo credit: Lenchensmama | MSU Extension

Children are naturally curious. From the minute they gain control of their limbs, they work to put themselves out into the world to see how it all works. They explore, observe and imitate, trying to figure out how things operate and how to control themselves and their environments. This unrestricted exploration helps children form connections in their brain, it helps them learn—and it’s also fun.

Art is a natural activity to support this free play in children. The freedom to manipulate different materials in an organic and unstructured way allows for exploration and experimentation. These artistic endeavors and self-directed explorations are not only fun, but educational as well. Art allows youth to practice a wide range of skills that are useful not only for life, but also for learning.

Skills youth practice when participating in art activities include:

  • Fine motor skills. Grasping pencils, crayons, chalk and paintbrushes helps children develop their fine motor muscles. This development will help your child with writing, buttoning a coat and other tasks that require controlled movements.
  • Cognitive development. Art can help children learn and practice skills like patterning and cause and effect (i.e., “If I push very hard with a crayon the color is darker.”). They can also practice critical thinking skills by making a mental plan or picture of what they intend to create and following through on their plan.
  • Math skills. Children can learn, create and begin to understand concepts like size, shape, making comparisons, counting and spatial reasoning.
  • Language skills. As children describe and share their artwork, as well as their process, they develop language skills. You can encourage this development by actively listening and asking open-ended questions in return. It is also a great opportunity to learn new vocabulary words regarding their project (i.e., texture).

In addition to helping youth develop important skills, free expression is also good for overall health and well-being. Giving your child a creative outlet can help relieve stress and work through things happening in their lives. By encouraging artistic expression, you can help facilitate learning.

Want to support your child’s artistic journey? Here are a few tips from Michigan State University Extension:

Talk with your child about their work. It’s often hard to decipher a child’s drawings, even though the child knows exactly what it is. When we ask, “What is it?” we are saying that it should look like something we’d recognize. 

Instead, ask open-ended questions like “Tell me about your picture.” You can also describe specific things your child is doing by saying things such as, “You’re making short lines, I see you are using red, green and blue.” You can also describe the actions your child is taking or the materials they are using by saying things such as, “You are using a soft paintbrush, I noticed you are making small circles, you are using two crayons at the same time!”

  • Imitate your child. Instead of drawing your own picture, sit down with your child and imitate their actions. Make big scribbles, small lines or practice drawing circles. If your child is focused on what you are drawing or how “good” your picture is, they are less likely to be imaginative and creative on their own.
  • Provide choices. Gather a wide range of materials for your child to use like paint, colored pencils, chalk, play dough, markers, crayons, oil pastels, scissors and stamps. Mix it up by bringing in unexpected materials like Q-tips, dinosaurs, dry pasta or beans.
  • Support, don’t lead. Have you ever noticed that activities become much less fun when they are dictated by someone else? The same goes for kids—let them decide what materials they want to use and how and when to use them. Maybe they want to peel the paper off a crayon and use it lengthwise on the paper, instead of writing with the tip.
  • Keep it open-ended. Instead of sitting down with a specific plan or outcome in mind, let your child explore, experiment and use their imaginations. They might make a big mess or change their mind several times—this is all part of the creative process.
  • Focus on the process, not the product. Encouraging your child in the action of unstructured art helps them work with intrinsic motivation. It teaches them to express themselves freely, without worrying about what others think. If a lot of attention is given to the final product or we spend a lot of energy praising the end result, a child may be more likely to do things to get your approval instead of doing what they want to do. Part of focusing on the process involves encouraging effort; exploration and effort are more important than the end product. Notice their hard work!
  • Let it go. As long as a child is safe (i.e., not running with scissors), let them explore. They may spend the majority of the time sharpening colored pencils instead of actually drawing with them. Children learn through playing, exploring and trial and error. When we give them freedom to discover, they are learning to create and experiment in new and innovative ways.

Get your child creating and learning—all you’ll need is a paintbrush and an open mind.

For other articles on child development, parenting and more, visit the MSU Extension website.


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