Creative Art Start
Program for boys and girls (ages 6 - 14 years old)

 

Educational focus and aims

The importance of play. Creative Art Start places significance on the importance of play. read more ...

Brown calls play part of the ''developmental sequencing of becoming a human primate. If you look at what produces learning and memory and well-being, play is as fundamental as any other aspect of life, including sleep and dreams.''

"Scientists who study play, in animals and humans alike, are developing a consensus view that play is something more than a way for restless kids to work off steam; more than a way for chubby kids to burn off calories; more than a frivolous luxury. Play, in their view, is a central part of neurological growth and development — one important way that children build complex, skilled, responsive, socially adept and cognitively flexible brains.

"Robin Marantz Henig. Published: New York Times. Click here for more..." (this is a pop up window to the New York Times.

 

 

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