Now every school can offer quality art classes through Arty Start's art education program run at your school. We strive to make it easy for you to offer your students the very best in visual arts by providing a total program that exceeds the NSW curriculum standard.
Our program for early childhood environments and primary school becomes part of the great academic benefits that your school has to offer. Enquire here >>
Classes are taught during the regular school day, so our art studio service becomes an integrated part of your school.
You provide adequate space for us to teach. Classes can be taught in the classroom, library, media room, or multi use room.
We provide creative material, inspiration, skilled teachers who have extensive experience in teaching and the arts.
The inventive program, designed by trained educators and experienced artists is curriculum based.
Facilitators return classrooms to their original condition.
Classes are offered at day care centers, private and public schools, preschools and a host of other locations in the community.
We teach up to 30 children in each lesson, minimum 10. Working with children checks are held by each teacher.
Children learn basic art skills, like drawing, painting and sculpting, work with mixed media and a variety of art techniques.
Classes encourage children to explore their imaginations in an inspiring, safe environment, while developing their creativity and unique style. Enquire here >>
10 ways that art benefits preschoolers
Communication skills: Art goes beyond verbal language to communicate feelings that might not otherwise be expressed. Children communicate visually when they draw or paint a picture.
Problem-Solving Skills: When children explore art ideas, they test possibilities and work through challenges, to find solutions.
Social & Emotional Skills: Through art, children practice sharing and taking turns, as well as appreciating one another's efforts. Art fosters positive mental health by allowing a child to show individual uniqueness as well as success and accomplishment, all part of a positive self-concept.
Fine Motor Skills: Holding a paintbrush so that it will make the desired marks, drawing with a crayon, snipping paper with scissors into shapes, or squeezing glue in a controlled manner from a bottle all help develop a child's fine motor skills and control of materials.
Self-Expression and Creativity: Creating art allows children to work through feelings and emotions. Referring to a finished piece of artwork helps a child talk about feelings in a new and meaningful way. Art also develops a child's creativity. Rather than being told what to do, answers and directions come from the child. Art is an experience that requires freethinking, experimentation, and analysis - all part of creativity.