Craft describes a wide variety of activities involving making things with one's own hands.This involves skills in planning, making, or executing.
These classes Brings out the most innovative side of a Child. Kids will learn various new things by doing things that were not explored before.
Art involves unstructured activities in which you can explore with your imagination, whereas crafts involve structured activities with a specific goal in mind.
With exposure to various types of arts and crafts, a youngster can develop her own individual craftsmanship interests. Working with clay might spark a strong interest in pottery for a child, who can then go on to develop and enhance her skills and talents
if your youngster draws a picture or creates a sculpture of a character from a story, he may boost his reading comprehension and interest in literature. A child who uses artistic manipulatives such as paper shapes and beads can gain mastery of mathematical concepts due to the hands-on nature of the items.
As your child creates a work of art, she has begun the process of communicating visually, The process of making her own creations and noticing other people’s creations provides important opportunities for the appreciation of other people’s strengths and acceptance of her own abilities. A child also learns that the ability to follow directions is an integral part of the satisfaction of seeing the final result when making a craft.
What we teach:
- Paper Crafts (Animated greeting cards, Posters, Masks, Show pieces etc)
- Crafts from waste materials
- Collage making
- Paper models
- Set designs
- Science projects based on school curriculum.
- Working models related to science subjects.