What’s So Important About Art Class?
I agree with Segmation’s feelings about the “amazing benefits of Art Class”. To add, I believe it’s also important in the cultivation of creativity, in general, to foster the imagination, help us stay connected to our inner child, let go of judgments and rules, to explore unlimited possibilities, cultivate playfulness, self-expression, give our feelings a voice, help move energy through us, empower our uniqueness, keep harmony within our Chakras, and the list goes on!
Thank you to Segmation for sharing this valuable post and reminding us to honor teachers on this day, May 5th – National Teacher’s Day.
I would also like to take a moment to honor two teachers in my own life that just so happen not only to share this day of May 5th, but were/and continue to be guiding forces in my own cultivation of creative self-expression and more.
Today would have been Gaia, my sweet Russian Tortoise’s 12th Earthly birthday and today was also the day seven years ago that I received Nestor’s ashes, my beautiful rabbit soul companion.
Here’s to boundless creativity and love, celebration of the creative arts, and honor for the teachers in our lives – art and beyond!
Did you know that May 5th is National Teacher’s Day? That’s right, there is actually an official day designated to honor teachers and the impact they make on young lives. Since teachers have inestimable value but are all too often overlooked and taken for granted, it is wonderful to take a few minutes to think about their amazing contributions to society. Celebrate art teachers with us by learning about the ways art classes benefit children.
The Amazing Benefits of Art Class
Most students, regardless of age, race or gender, seem to have something in common: they LOVE art class. This is probably because art is an outlet that allows kids to express their feelings and connect with their peers on an emotional level. After a school day full of logic and reasoning, most kids find art class to be a welcome change. Art class offers benefits beyond mere emotional…
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