How To Get Kids Interested In Art

Engaging children in art activities like drawing, colouring, painting, cutting, pasting provides stimuli to the brain thereby creating room for viewing, analysing and imaginative thinking. Read to know more on how you can do this sitting at home.
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‘All things bright and beautiful, all creatures great and small, all things wise and wonderful, the Lord God made them all.’

The vast realm of art encapsulates this so seamlessly. Engaging children in art activities like drawing, colouring, painting, cutting, pasting provides stimuli to the brain thereby creating room for viewing, analysing and imaginative thinking.

Fire Their Imagination

A great way to try this with your child is to show some images of masterpieces and ask them what they feel by looking at these images. You are sure to get a wide array of answers ranging from colour shades, to shapes etc and this is a sure-shot way to increase the power of observation which is a vital life skill. One can see positive influences on the brain even by just looking at art.

How To Build Their Interest In Art

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