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With the increasing levels of competition for seats in institutions, higher education, jobs, performance at work, young people need to demonstrate balance of confidence and skill in effective communication, analyzing situations so as to make effective choices and decisions. This demand for guidance and training for all students, especially those in School, who desire to gain that competitive edge that will enable them to perform better than the rest. The educational system is filled with gaps which promote the Students to Trainings with a few notable exceptions the memorization-based learning needs to bridge with quality and analytical thinking. The thought of Concept learning of a subject and their applications correctly inculcate the habit of questioning which enables the learning an ongoing process. This approach towards learning is the key to excel in any field that a student might choose later in his/her life. Understanding the fundamentals and genuine interest in the subject are the two most important factors for success. We provide excellent documentation and preparation materials for students.

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Edu Urge’s Arts & Crafts

Arts & Crafts are very importance for each and every individuals as they enhance “Thinking Skills” of the person involved.Edu Urge customizes the curricula as per the requirement for School. We deliver classes at the customer premises ONLY if there are ten to 15 learners.

Edu Urge believes that Arts & Crafts enhances the follows qualities ….

> Your kid learns to think creatively, with an open mind.
> Your kid learns to observe and describe, analyze and interpret.
> Your kid learns to express feelings, with or without words.
> Your kid practices problem-solving skills, critical-thinking skills, dance, music, theater and art-making skills, language and vocabulary of the arts.
> It’s been proven that early exposure to visual art, music, or drama promotes activity in the brain.
> Art helps children understand other subjects much more clearly—from math and science, to language arts and geography.
> Art nurtures inventiveness as it engages children in a process that aids in the development of self-esteem, self-discipline, cooperation, and self-motivation.
> Participating in art activities helps children to gain the tools necessary for understanding human experience, adapting to and respecting others’ ways of working and thinking, developing creative problem-solving skills, and communicating thoughts and ideas in a variety of ways.
> Your kid discovers that there is more than one right answer, multiple points of view.
> School can be fun – playing can be learning.
> Your kid learns to collaborate with other children and with adults.
> Arts introduce children to cultures from around the world.
> Your kid can blossom and excel in the arts. Even with physical, emotional or learning challenges, can experience success in the arts.
> Arts build confidence. Because there is not just one right way to make art, every child can feel pride in his or her original artistic creations.
> Arts build community. Schools with a variety of differences can celebrate the arts as one community.


Benefits of Arts and Crafts:

> Bilateral Coordination– Crafts such as coloring, drawing, cutting, all require your child to use both of their hands together. This skill is important in other areas of their lives as they continue to grow, such as writing, tying shoes, typing and so much more!
> Fine Motor Coordination– In order to draw shapes, cut patterns, and hand writing, your child is required to use their fine motor coordination. These skills similarly translate to other areas of their lives, such as dressing, eating, and in the academic setting
> Self Regulation– Crafts that require drying require waiting! This is a great lesson for your child to demonstrate self control and patience. Also, as always things might not go exactly as we hoped! Crafts are a great way to promote flexibility in your child. There is no right or wrong way in exploring one’s own creativity!
> Self-esteem booster– Although we want to challenge our kids, it is also important to initially choose arts and crafts that are at your child’s skill level. Completing the crafts successfully will give them a great sense of accomplishment and pride. As you and your child begin to explore more crafts, you can add in more and more challenges
> Bonding and fun-Your kids will love spending time with you and creating something together!
> The current education system tends to confuse the means by which we communicate (languages, mathematics, pictures, sounds, movements) with the ways in which we think and create. Creative thinking actually begins for people in all disciplines with pre-verbal sensations, emotions, visions, body feelings and tensions that are explored and exploited by artists and craftspeople of all sorts. We must teach our students how to use these emotions, feelings and sensations if we wish to nurture their creative capacities
> STEM-Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics need Arts & Crafts Skills. In ongoing studies we have found that many scientists and engineers are explicitly aware that they developed critical skills through their arts and crafts training. More than 80% of these scientists and engineers affirm, in fact that arts and crafts education should be required as part of STEM education. One of the most notable results of our research is that no particular art or craft confers advantage over any other: dance, music, drama, painting, sculpting, printmaking, photography, making and composing music, metal- and woodwork are all correlated with increased probability of success. The operant factor is not the type of art or craft, but the early introduction to arts and crafts in elementary and middle school years followed by persistent practice of that art or craft into adulthood