Preschool Art Classes for ages 3 to 5

Trial Class - $58

art classes for preschoolers

Class Description

Mini Doodlers gleefully create their own masterpieces using a wide range of quality art materials. Mini Doodlers in our Preschool Art Classes develop skills important for school success such as fine motor skills, language, cognitive skills and the ability to listen and follow directions in our enchanting environment.

Mini Doodlers develop:

  • School readiness skills
  • New Language
  • Brain Power
  • The ability to experiment while having FUN!



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1 Hour
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Jurong | River Valley | Orchard
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Frequently Asked Questions

Art education plays a vital role in providing kids with a holistic learning experience that enhances a child's ability to interact with the world around them. Through art activities, kids put their critical thinking skills to practice, learn to strike a conversation with friends and the art trainer as they begin to express themselves creatively. When children engage in enriching art programs, they become more independent, confident and equipped with leadership skills that impacts their bright future.
Holistic development is at the core of any and every art activity. Cognitive development comes to the forefront of art education as repetitive art exercises strengthen the neural networks formed in the brain, thus improving concentration and memory power. Art also helps release stress and enhances creativity which facilitates better learning practices, especially when kids find it difficult to cope with tough subjects, they engage in art programs that stimulate critical thinking skills.
Yes, art education equips toddlers with fundamental skills that get them ready for an enriching academic experience. When kids engage in art activities such as doodling, drawing, clay modelling, sketching and painting, they exercise gross-motor and fine-motor skills, learn problem solving skills, develop cognitive skills and enhance communication skills. These skills contribute in making them easily adapt to the environment of preschool where they are introduced to critical concepts of mathematics and science.
Art activities involve interpreting various art lessons, communicating with art trainers and peers over unique experiments and the articulation of creative ideas. They help kids build on their vocabulary and speech in the course of learning about well-known artists, art patterns, textures and art forms. Besides language development, art education also promotes emotional and social development that makes kids apply these skills in their academic as well as routine lives.
During early childhood stages, multiple neural connections are formed in the brain based on the unique learnings that a child experiences while playing, singing, dancing or painting. Over a period of time these memories are processed further to identify new ways of carrying out daily activities with greater ease. Thus, process art stimulates the brain cells to build on existing experiences and determine new and creative ways of performing art activities rather than emphasizing on the final outcome.