It's back to school time, but hey! My son is not a schooler yet. Not until next year! I am thinking to enroll him in any kind of Art lessons, just for fun, for some few weeks. Wondering why art? Well, maybe because I love art and I know art is good for kids. Let me share you some reasons that I know why art is good for kids. If you encourage your kids to explore art they are more likely to do well in Math - one of the difficult subjects for me when I was in college. Art develops hand-eye coordination, which is important for young kids. It also helps children express themselves emotionally, It develops pride, imagination, make the world a more beautiful place, teaches them patience, focus, and learn to look at things from more than one viewpoint. Most of all, creating art makes a child happy! Who would not want their children to be always at their best and be on top of everything. As a mom, I never stop thinking of things that will help my child grow in the way he should go, as the scripture says " Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it." --Proverbs 22:6
Are you a fan of the movie Spirited Away? This is a story of a 10-year-old girl and her parents. While traveling to their new home, his father made a wrong turn. They unknowingly entered into a magical world. Both of Chihiro's parents were turned into giant pigs. Chihiro met a mysterious person named Haku. He explained that the world her parents were into is a resort for supernatural beings and she must work there to free herself and her parents.