10 Kids/Adults per class
Imagine being filled with emotion yet unable to express how you feel. That’s what many children with disabilities face. Through art, however, all children may freely express their feelings.
Children who have problems with speech, language, and motor skills struggle with verbalizing what they feel and need. This frustrates the children, upsetting their parents and challenging their educators.
While art is important for all children, it’s crucial for kids with special needs. Artistic activities directly exercise and strengthen the cognitive and physical skills that generally challenge special needs children, such as oral, tactile, visual, sensory and motor skills.