Art Education doesn’t just teach skill to future practitioners of the arts. It teaches children the creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking skill needed to succeed in the 21st century.
It ‘s been proven that early exposure to visual art, music, or drama promotes activity in the brain. Art help children understand other subject much more clearly from math and science, to language arts and geography.
Art nurture inventiveness as it engages children in a process that aids in the development of self –esteem, self-discipline, cooperation, and self – motivation.
Participating in art activities help children to gain the tools necessary for understanding human experience, adapting to and respecting others ways of working and thinking, developing creative problem-solving skill, and communicating thought and ideas in a variety of ways.
Drawing is one of the most important activities you and your students can do. Drawing not only provides the basis for other creative activities like painting , sculpture and print making but it also provides a direct link with reading , writing and especially mathematics. The connection between drawing and geometric shapes and measurements simply cannot be denied. And do you know what else? Drawing is the single most accessible form of art available. All you need is a pencil and a sheet of paper.