Arts, Building Creativity and Intellectual Development
Studies show that children who studied art not only had higher creativity, but also higher academic achievements. This is the case of Leonardo da Vinci, whose love for art helped him make great contributions to various academic fields, such as math, science, and philosophy.
Under the supervision of professors in each field, the series put together basic art, music, and movement knowledge in ‘Expression’ books. Then the larger ‘Appreciation’ books give examples of arts, presenting children with real life works.
QR videos help children get more interested in topics, while diverse activities at the end of each book like craft, coloring, and puzzles give fun and creative element.