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Hans Art Integrated Art Programe (IAP)

student-centered, versatile and age-appropriate

Sensory Awareness

Hand Eye Coordination

Fine Motor

Socialisation

  • All
  • 1.5 to 4 years old
  • 4 - 6 years old
  • 6 - 9 years old
  • 9 - 12 years old
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Parent-Child Fun Art

The scribbling stage begins at about 2 years of age and usually ends when he is around 4. Scribbling shows the child’s growing hand-eye coordination. The child can often tell his caregiver what he is drawing, but if it looks like something else, the child will change the name. He incorporates more recognizable objects and details into his drawings as he grows older and his motor coordination develops.

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Mixed Media Fun Art

The pre-schematic stage occurs between the ages of 4 and 7. Children in the pre-schematic stage begin to use geometric forms in their drawings. They employ a random or emotional use of color that does not correlate with real objects. People are often drawn with their arms and legs extending from the head, and they are usually shown face-forward and smiling. Children place objects and details according to emotional significance and delete those that they consider unimportant.

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Visual Art Fun I

Children between the age of 6 and 9 are in the schematic stage of artistic development. The child uses a technique called “x-ray drawing” where he draws things that are not actually visible. For example, a car will be shown with all four wheels visible, even if two wheels are only visible in real life. The child also begins to use perspective, showing objects smaller if they are in the distance and larger up close. Children at this age frequently incorporate more details such as noses, hands and fingers into their artwork.

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Visual Art Fun II

The dawning realism stage occurs between ages 9 and 12. A child becomes critical of his own artwork at this age because he realizes that the images he is attempting to convey do not look like the objects they are intended to represent, states the University of Minnesota Duluth website. Images of people are usually stiff and poised, and although objects are portrayed with a sense of perspective, they lose the spontaneity of the pictures created in the earlier stage.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Integrated Art Program is constructed by its student-centered, versatile and age-appropriate characteristics. Throughout these foundational emphasis is made to balance creative thinking with techniques as well as self-expressions with Art appreciation. The consistent curriculum design motivates children on a high learning interest level.
Our program helps develop childrens’ sensory awareness, hand-eye coordination, fine motor, and socialisation skills. Project nature ranges from 2-D to 3-D; traditional to experimental; theoretical to skill-based and historial to cultural, All are based on a strong foundation in art education. Drawing skills are strengthened on all levels as an essential tool for thinking and idea-communicating. Monthly theme-based art projects using a variety of techniques, tools, and materials.
When a child first begins dabbling creatively, the works of art will likely be colorful, yet rudimentary and simple. Gradually, over time and with practice, a youngster refines artistic abilities. The stages of art development in a child can be exciting to watch. Viktor Lowenfeld was a noted art educator and professor at Pennsylvania State University. In 1947, Lowenfeld published a book called “Creative and Mental Growth” that outlined the stages of a child’s artistic development throughout childhood.

Scribble Stage (1.5 – 4 years old)
Pre-schematic Stage (4-6 years old)
Schematic Stage (6-9 years old)
Dawning Realism (9-12 years old)
No, All materials will be provided.
All our teachers are female.
It is mix media where different materials such as clay, oil pastels, watercolour and crafts will be involved.
We will be guiding the children accordingly to their individual ability. Therefore, the children can be given different artwork or same artwork but the complexity of the artwork will be varied.
On an approximate ratio of 1 teacher to 12 students.
To make it easier and flexible for parents, our lessons are given a certain timing for parents and students to walk-in anytime.

Parent-child
Saturday – 9.30am to 10.30am

Mixed Media Fun Art, Visual Art Fun I, Visual Art Fun II
Tuesday to Thursday: 11.00am to 4.00pm
Saturday – 11.00am to 12.30pm
Saturday – 1.30pm to 5.00pm

Kids Lesson