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Why Preschooler Needs To Paint?

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You want to paint your child but how do you keep your preschooler interested for more than a few minutes while controlling a mess? Paint is messy. It requires more work for you and requires more time. But did you know painting with your child literally grows their brain?

Many parents work with their preschooler on learning letters, reading books and even incorporating math skills into daily life. These skills and activities are necessary and beneficial to your preschooler kids but by adding creative play and activities like learn to draw will help the overall growth of your child’s whole brain.

PAINTING FOR KIDS

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In this article, we will discuss why preschooler needs to paint in great detail.

  • Painting exercises your kid’s brain

Creative activities like painting, use a different part of the brain than reading and or math. The right side of the brain is our creative half and responsible for skills and understanding what we see through our eyes. Creative pay and painting activities help exercise your child right side brain leading to overall healthy brain development.

SELF ESTEEM

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  • Builds self-esteem

By providing open-ended painting activities with your child there is no right or wrong way to paint. The emphasis of the picture course(also called Kursus Gambar in Indonesia) is on the process so every child feels successful no matter there skill level or developmental stage.

  • Relieves Stress

Just like adults, preschoolers get stressed too. Painting is one way your child can de-stress and a healthy way to express your feelings.

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  • Develop Muscles Control

Working with a brush or small tool helps develop fine motor skills. While working on a large sheet of paper or at easel helps develop large muscle control. The painting also helps to develop your child’s hand-eye coordination.

These are just a few reasons your child can acquire form painting. Painting can be a significant part of your child’s overall development and upbringing. Making it a point to take out once in a while with your child can prove to be very rewarding in the long run. Check out here to learn the benefits of art classes for children in great detail.

Author:Corey Collins