Primary Section Art Classes

Art and drawing are valuable forms of creative expression that can benefit individuals in many ways. They can help individuals to express themselves, improve their visual-spatial and fine motor skills, increase their creativity.

In art Classes our art teachers provide supportive and creative environment and make the students capable of understanding their skills and explore their own artistic interests.

Our class begins with a video, followed by a whiteboard drawing of the same object to help students comprehend what they watched, starting an art class with a video can be a fun and engaging way to kick off the learning process and get students excited about creating art.

As students progress through different stages of learning, our art curriculum builds on skills and knowledge, tailored to their needs and developmental level.

For Parents' convenience, our school provides art material to students to avoid any hassles.

"Ferris wheel & Basket with popsicle sticks"
Class 5th

The "Ferris Wheel & Basket with Popsicle Sticks" activity is a hands-on project where children construct miniature versions of these amusement park attractions using popsicle sticks. It promotes fine motor skills, spatial reasoning, creativity, and teamwork as kids design and assemble their structures. Through this activity, they learn pattern recognition, balance, patience, and focus while enjoying a fun and educational experience.

Material Required:
  • Popsicle sticks or craft sticks
  • Glue or adhesive
  • Colored markers or paint (optional for decorating)
  • String or yarn (for hanging the Ferris wheel)
  • Scissors
  • Cardboard or sturdy paper (for the base or support)
  • Ribbons (optional for decorating)
  • Computer man

    "Crepe Paper Mosaic"
    Class One

    The "Crepe Paper Mosaic" activity is a creative project for kids at school where they get to cut and arrange small pieces of colorful crepe paper to form a larger image or pattern. This hands-on activity helps them develop fine motor skills, recognize different colors, and express their creativity while improving their patience, focus, and teamwork if done collaboratively. It's an engaging and educational way for kids to have fun while learning valuable skills.

    Material Required:
  • Paper Canvas
  • Crepe Paper
  • Scissors
  • Containers for holding crepe paper pieces

  • "Bottle-to-Box: Crafting Cool Stationery Storage"
    Class Five

    "Bottle-to-Box: Crafting Cool Stationery Storage" is a hands-on craft activity that encourages school kids to transform discarded plastic bottles into innovative and environmentally-friendly stationery storage solutions. By engaging in this project, students not only learn the importance of recycling and upcycling but also develop fine motor skills, creativity, and an understanding of sustainability. This activity fosters a sense of responsibility towards the environment and teaches practical problem-solving as they repurpose materials to create functional and aesthetically pleasing storage options for their school supplies.

    Material Required:
  • Empty Plastic Bottles
  • Scissors
  • Craft Knife
  • Colorful Decorative Paper or Wrapping Paper
  • Glue or Double-Sided Tape
  • Markers, Crayons, or Paint
  • Rulers
  • Optional: Stickers, Washi Tape, Ribbons, or any other decorative materials

  • "Stick 'n Snap Photo Frames"
    Class Four

    "Stick 'n Snap Photo Frames" is a creative art activity where students design photo frames using ice cream sticks. They learn to enhance their art skills by exploring design, color, and composition while also developing fine motor skills. This hands-on activity fosters creativity, patience, and attention to detail, encouraging students to express themselves through art while preserving cherished memories.

    Material Required:
  • Popsicle sticks
  • Paints and Paintbrushes
  • Hot glue gun
  • Glue Sticks
  • Decorative materials like beads, buttons, ribbons, or sequins
  • Photographs for framing

  • "Crafty Chick Sculptures"
    Class Three

    "Crafty Chick Sculptures" is a hands-on art activity where children create adorable chick sculptures using clay and crepe paper. This activity promotes fine motor skills as children mold the clay and enhance their creativity with crepe paper details. It also fosters spatial awareness and attention to detail, encouraging participants to explore various artistic techniques while having fun.

    Material Required:
  • Art Paper
  • Air-dry clay
  • Crepe Paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Brushes
  • Googly eyes
  • Fine-tip markers (to add small details, such as beaks, feet)

  • Leafy Crayon Burst
    Class Two

    "Leafy Crayon Burst" activity serves as a creative exploration that encourages students to connect with nature in an artistic manner. By meticulously tracing leaves with crayons, students not only refine their fine motor skills but also delve into the intricate patterns and colors found in the natural world.

    Material Required:
  • Computer Sheets (Black)
  • Colourful Crayons
  • Autumn Leaves
  • Paper towels

  • "Prints & Paws: Creating Animal Art with Handprints"
    Class One

    "Prints & Paws" is a valuable activity for developing children's art skills. It encourages creative expression, refines fine motor skills, and helps children grasp fundamental concepts like texture, form, color, and composition. Through this hands-on approach to art, children can develop their artistic abilities while having fun crafting animal-themed masterpieces.

    Material Required:
  • Art Paper
  • Non-Toxic Washable Paint
  • Paintbrushes
  • Palette
  • Disposable Plates
  • Water Containers
  • Cleanup Supplies

  • Floral Canvas Art

    This activity involves creating a painting on a canvas surface using paint and various artistic techniques. The purpose of this activity is to teach students painting techniques, color theory composition and other elements of painting.

    Material Required:
  • Canvas
  • Paint (Acrylic/oil paint/watercolor paint)
  • Brushes (round/flat/filbert)
  • Palette
  • Water container
  • Paper towels

  • Painting Adventure

    Painting Adventure is an activity that nurtures creativity, self-expression, and personal growth. The purpose of this activity is to foster creativity, self-expression, personal development, and enjoyment through the medium of art. It offers a platform for students to explore their artistic abilities and communicate visually.

    Material Required
  • Hard Paper
  • Poster Colours
  • Paintbrushes
  • Palette
  • Water Container
  • Pencil and Eraser
  • Paper Towels

  • Hand Crafted Cards Activity

    A card making activity is an exciting and creative way to express your appreciation or celebrate special occasions such as birthdays, festivals etc. Through this activity students can learn about colours, shapes and textures as well as the basics of a design. Overall, Students can learn about the importance of expressing emotions and feelings through art.

    Material Required:

  • Cardstock or heavy paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue or double-sided tape
  • Markers, pens, or pencils
  • Embellishments like sequins, glitter, or beads
  • Markers, pens, or pencils
  • Craft knife and cutting mat (for more intricate designs)
  • Ruler and pencil (for precise measurements)

  • Leaf Tracing with Crayons

    Leaf tracing with crayons is a simple yet fun activity that children of all ages can enjoy. This activity is a great way to celebrate the beauty of autumn and the changing colors of leaves, while also promoting creativity and fine motor skills.

    Material Required:

  • Different types of leaves
  • White paper
  • Crayons (preferably in fall colors)

  • Clay Craft Activity

    Clay craft activities are a great way to encourage creativity and imagination while also developing fine motor skills.

    Material Required:

  • Air-dry clay or modeling clay
  • Rolling pin or flat surface
  • Cutters or knife
  • Optional: glitter, beads, or other decorative materials