The fundamentals of art taught in an easy-to-understand-fun way
AGES 4 – 5
- Mon: 14:30 – 16:00
- Tues: 14:30 – 16:00
- Wed: 14:30 – 16:00
- Thurs: 14:30 – 16:00
- Fri: 14:30 – 16:00
Monthly payments of R 680 due on the 25th of each month
82 Kessel Street, Fairland, Gauteng
All art materials are included.
Average Development in Handwriting and use of Scissors
Playing with clay and using various art utensils are pre-writing activities which will help children in developing grasping and shape formation capabilities. To read more about toddler development please read our blog post Art and its Importance in Occupational Development
Teaching the fundamentals
With the little ones we aim to develop their grip, expose them to the main art mediums we teach, such as clay, drawing, painting and printmaking. We start building an understanding of basic shapes so they can move on to more advance classes at a later stage. We also do fun activities like creating collages and cutting up ribbons as this helps with the development of fine motor skills, have a look at some fun activities to practice with in our Art Activities for Fine Motor Skills Development blog post.
We teach them how to set up proper art stations for each medium, the basics of working with each medium as well as how to clean up after themselves.
We try and get them use to working on easels and develop their concentrations. They need to become “Art fit” and prepare them for longer classes when they turn 6.
FAQ – FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I sign up my child for art lessons?
- You can book online on this page or send us an email to [email protected]
- Select an appropriate time slot for your child
- Sign the indemnity form
- Make payment
- Drop them off for their first class
What do we need for our first lesson?
Nothing – all art materials are included. I know, great right? Yes we are also parents and want to remove the drag of driving around for supplies form you.
From which age do you teach?
These lessons are aimed at kids age 4 – 6 We focus on developing fine motor skills and other OT development in them.
Am I allowed to sit in on children’s art classes?
We regret that we do not allow parents to sit in on classes. We have found this distracting to the students. Parents also tend to correct their children during the creative process, the studio needs to be a safe space for them to create. If your child is still a toddler you can sit with them for 5-10 mins just to get them to relax, but after that, we kindly request that you slip out of the class and allow them to progress on their own.
How do your terms work?
Term 1: Jan, Feb, March. Term 2: April, May, June Term 3: July, Aug, Sep Term 4: Oct, Nov, Dec
If you would like to start mid-term you can. You will be billed Pro-rata.