• ongoing classes kids art work
  • ongoing classes celebration after great drawing
  • ongoing classes kids artwork
  • Art camp conducted in littlebrush

Ongoing Sessions (for age below 15)

Development of visual language is as important as written & spoken skills. Arts practice develops a child with the ability to communicate effectively with peers & elders. Art aids children to develop their understanding better with literacy, math, science, social studies & writing through regular drawing practice. Hence, we encourage our students to focus more on the drawing skills during the on-going sessions. We conduct on-going sessions on a regular basis & it follows the curriculum model (Refer LB Curriculum). This curriculum connects with every aspect of art to build the child’s creative thinking. It also strengthens problem-solving & critical thinking skills, adding to the overall academic achievement of the student through step wise learning process. Our flexible curriculum allows the student to join any time within the age of three to fifteen.

LB Curriculum:

Little Brush is based on a step-by-step drawing method that works hand-in-hand with dynamic art curriculum developed by our team of educators and artists. Our lesson plans and approaches to learning meet every child at their unique capability level.

Our curriculum is designed so as a child can enroll any time from the age three to fifteen. LB allows the students to build skills and develop their personal style and creativity at a very young age.


THE LB WAY...

LB aims on overall child development aspect through art. A child develops and finds himself on the way of enhancement. Hence, we work on a step wise learning process.

STEP 1:
  • To know the child better by allowing him to use his mind on art.
  • Analyzing the child's work on color sense, confident strokes, creativity and many more.
  • Knowing his likes and dislikes on the topics.
STEP 2:
  • Giving him the required knowledge.
  • Building his overall art sense.
  • Following the course module accordingly.
  • Connecting art with every aspect of life to build his creative thinking.
STEP 3:
  • Encouraging the child to imagine.
  • Feedback on his work.
  • Move on to the next new thing.

Art education proves to be of great importance in the students’ life as it strengthens problem-solving & critical thinking skills, adding to the overall academic achievement.

Curriculum Model:

Age 3 to 5 years 5 to 7 years 7 to 10 years 10 to 12 years 12 to 15 years
Pencil control/ Pattern Complex geometrical forms Colour Application Realistic approach in drawing skills Fundamentals in art
Colour identification Colour application and identification Observation & Imagination Creative expression (Visualization) Artists & Art forms
Shape identification Imagination Introduction: Realistic forms Space organization Detail study
Geometrical forms Observational skills Space organization Artist & Art forms Creative expression(Visualization)
Colour application Introduction: Water colours Introduction: Colour theory Introduction: Fundamentals in art Colour Theory & practicals
Medium Wax crayons, Oil pastels (12-25 shades) Oil Pastels (50 shades),Water colours Oil Pastels, Poster colours, Water colours Water colours, Poster colours, Acrylic colours Water/ Poster colours, Acrylics/ Oils
Overall Development: Knowledge & skills Students will be able to :

  • • Develop empathy & appreciate art.
  • • Respond to their learning during the process by developing critical analysis, interpretation, evaluation, reflection & communication.
  • • Communicate meaning to develop technical skills, creative risks, solve problems and visualize consequences.
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