Art is an important part of your child's early childhood education, regardless of whether you think he will grow up to be another Picasso. Children are active learners, and making art is a hands-on activity that expands imaginations and exercises creativity. It also develops small motor control and eye/hand coordination, and sharpens children's powers of observation. Monart's PreSchool program is designed as the building blocks for your child's life-long learning path.
Children learn the fundamentals of art - color, line, shape, form and texture - by painting and drawing, making collages and fashioning three-dimensional objects out of modeling material. Three and four year olds recognize patterns, learn about colors, gain an understanding of composition, balance, and symmetry and learn how to work independently as well as how to function as part of group.
Our preschool curriculum is designed around upon Monart approved book that usually begins with reading aloud, followed by a discussion of characters and story. The discussion is followed by specially designed and relatable arts and crafts projects During this time, students work on the project, either individually or in small groups, and discuss their creations. After the project is completed, the children clean up and make sure everything is returned to its proper place.