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Is your child looking to become more involved in the arts?

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Is your child looking to become more involved in the arts?

Drawing a Boon to Happiness

Art is the only weapon that can help a person to attain Happiness and Satisfaction in the learning process. When art is articulated in education, it becomes more meaningful and stimulating. Drawing is the basis of art. Art plays a vital role in children’s education and learning with the Parblo drawing tool is a lifetime investment that pays the best interest. It develops a passion for learning making education more creative , conducive and enjoyable. There is nothing so delightful as drawing because your mind races ahead of the moves that you eventually make. The ability to identify colors is considered a marker and milestone in a child’s imaginary process. Recognizing and identifying the color's name is an important part of a child’s development. Thus knowingly or unknowingly a child develops liking for colors and interest in learning.   Using art as a vehicle for expression is enriching because children can use it as a communication tool. Different types of art can reveal children’s thoughts, feelings, and interests.

Art has its own jargon and the principle and true art is not to illustrate but to evoke his passion for art. Drawing helps a child to splash his desired colors on his dreams helping the child to visualize it in real. Art plays a more vital role in child development. Artistic activities help children learn other subjects such as making it more interesting and vibrant. It also promotes visual, motor and social development.

It is seen that art consumed activities are very successful with young children because, through such activities, children learn to express their understandings, their thoughts, and their feelings.  It allows the artist to give an image name, sound, and movement that is often abstract and that is what young children do every day. They are born artists and scientists and they love to explore art with both creative and scientific outlook. The artist in each of them hunts for creative elucidation, and the scientist looks out the way to do it! They just want the materials and the motivation which will help them to color their imagination boundlessly. And then just stand back and let them go….see the magic that blooms out from their mind to their hand.

Colorful Strokes Stimulate Brain Building

At infancy, a child’s mind is tender and fresh. It is ready to embrace any form of art that entertains his motor skills. He starts enjoying the colorful world and dotes on every little thing that he finds attractive. Little by little his brain starts expanding and gets activated at every single expression and color. He enjoys building his own castle and appreciates his surroundings. The excited "brain"  now starts participating in art, music, movement, and storytelling activities which not only develops language, mathematics, science, and social skills, but these activities also strengthen the synapses between brain cells!  Research shows that these synapses grow stronger through active participation in the arts. These essential activities at an early age can actually create new neural pathways and fortify those that are already present! For example, neuroscientists feel that the combined arts used in rhythmic movement activities can help the young brain develop to its fullest capacity.

There is no doubt that art also enhances outcomes in kids' behavioral, physical and academic performances.

Let’s see how these performances help in a child’s growth.

Behavioral Performance                                                             Physical Performance

# Teaches  tolerance                                                                 # Refines eye-hand coordination

# Builds Confidence                                                                  # Develops and improves motor skills

# Nurtures self-expression                                                        # Improves visual development

# Strengthens emotional development                                     # Encourages experimentation

# Raises self-esteem                                                                   

Academic Performance                        

# Helps in memorizing

# Easy learning                                                           

# Sharpens visual memory

# Creative learning

# Develops visual-spatial skills

# Helps to Focus 

# Better Understanding

Art is positive and possible at any age but early childhood is the ideal stage to teach children different artistic disciplines because their brains are like a sponge that can easily absorb everything. Art and drawing kill boredom and make every moment a cherishable one because there is nothing so delightful as drawing.




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