Drawing is the fundamental skill of the visual arts that can - and should - be learned by all children.
Young Rembrandts teaches the drawing skills children need while developing learning skills that give children an academic advantage in the classroom.
Welcome to Young Rembrandts - Metro Milwaukee!
SPRING CLASSES ARE HERE!
Spring art is ready, classrooms are being booked… are you ready to register? Young Rembrandts teaches drawing to children aged 3 ½ to 12. We intentionally teach relevant subjects to spark children’s interest and boost their memory skills. We believe EVERY child can learn to draw – and in Young Rembrandts, we’re showing them how.
Quite simply, Young Rembrandts (YR) provides kids with a venue to expand their visual literacy while enjoying themselves through the Power of Drawing.
Today, more than ever, the workplace requires creative, innovative thinking from all employees, no matter the line of work. All products & services need to have that edge - that creative difference that sets them apart.
YR Drawing Classes not only give children the confidence to see their ideas come alive on paper, they show them that there are many, many ways to create something. This is fuel for the right brain, and it is critically important for tomorrow's workforce.
What do we do? Through brand-new lessons every week and every session (i.e. we never repeat material), we use a step by step method that assures every student succeeds. Kids learn that all complex objects can be broken down into familiar shapes; then use problem-solving skills, innovation, and imagination to put them all together into eye-popping masterpieces!
Using our unique 30+ year method students will also improve their fine motor skills, patience levels, focus and ability to stay on task. Best of all, they'll gain a new found confidence in a skill they never knew existed - the ability to say "I can do it!" And yes, all that learning comes with a big bunch of fun.
Find out how easy it is to bring our award-winning, skill-enhancing, and affordable program to your school by contacting Don at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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