As parents know, each summer brings a dilemma. What are the kids going to do all summer? Why not keep an I Create Art Kit around for those times when they are looking for something to do.
I Create Art Kits help develop a child's brain through art & education. You're never too young or old to begin creating. But allow the organic process of growth to run its course without rushing it.
In honor of Earth Day this week, let’s all try to see the art and beauty all around us.
Let’s not forget the best part of what art offers to us - the simple and pure joy of doing art. Getting lost in the process, losing all track of time and enjoying the moments of creativty.
Remember the good old days when art was an important part of a school day? Not so much any more. Art is something that needs to be part of a child's life in whatever form or fashion.
There is nothing that can replace experience. If you can’t do something, you need to gain experience with it. Try it, learn from it, try again, and make progress. Pablo Picasso said, “I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn to do it.”
They grow up fast and there's nothing we can do, but enjoy the moments. They are fleeting. First words, first steps, first days of school, etc. The younger they are, the more to enjoy. Everything is a new experience and I enjoyed every minute.
Be sure to take the time to appreciate all the different art around you. Show respect for all art, whether hanging in a museum or made by your friends and family. All art is beautiful when an artist puts their heart into it.
Stress is something that affects children in many ways. Art, however, is a great way to reduce stress and promote many confidence building blocks for children. Chill out and start doing some art today!
Using I Create Art supplied instructions will help your child when struggling through tough moments.
An art box for kids are a great help with home schooling. Having grown in popularity over the years, parents need to have the right curriculum so that they meet the requirements set by the school district of their state. That's where I Create Art Kits come in.