Preschool Drawing Curriculum
Ages 3.5 –5 years
Young children spend the first few years of life discovering the world. They gather, collect, examine and process more stimuli in the preschool years than any other time in their development. Our unique method of drawing prepares their brains for more advanced learning. It is fun, encouraging and will maximize development, to better prepare them as learners.
Elementary Drawing Curriculum
Ages 6-12 years
Young Rembrandts’ step-by-step drawing method works hand-in-hand with our original curriculum developed by a team of artists and educators. Young Rembrandts’ elementary drawing teaches children to break complex objects into foundational shapes. As they learn how to deconstruct and reconstruct images, the experience, repetition and variety of engaging and relevant subject matter brings them to in- creased levels of mastery in drawing - and in life.
Elementary Cartooning Curriculum
Ages 6-12 years
As children progress in Young Rembrandts elementary classes, they experience more confidence both artistically and academically. Young Rembrandts cartooning classes follow our same quality, step-by-step method, with the additional fun and excitement of cartooning. While cartooning is fun, playful and engaging, children gain mastery in a unique drawing style and improve their core learning skills.
Summer Drawing Workshops
Ages 3.5 –12 years
Community centers, summer schools and summer camps provide the perfect setting for our Young Rembrandts' work- shops. Your child will improve core learning skills while delving into a favorite subject matter. Young Rembrandts' workshops range in themes and vary in length from three to five days. Contact us for a complete list of offerings near you!
Visiting Field Trips
Ages 3.5-12 years
Visiting field trips are a great alternative for programs that are unable to take their children out of the facility. Young Rembrandts offers an educational, fun experience where children will learn to draw a frame-worthy piece of artwork. Not only will they have fun while learning art skills, but students will gain learning, developmental and socializing skills that will benefit them in the academic classroom over and over again.