Enouraging Struggling Learners

In my studio, we have painted all of the chairs differently. There is a map chair, a day and night chair, blueberry chair, sunflower chair, a butterfly chair, rainbow chair and more. Just like all these chairs are different, each special needs child is different. I hope you are blessed and encouraged by this article. Many parents have struggling learners. I think art is one of that answers! You’ll find tips, sample lessons and resources here! Read here for more.

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You May Have Children Who Struggle With Art – One Mom’s Experience

Do some of your children struggle in the area of art? We can help with that! Visual Manna owner Sharon Jeffus has had years of experience teaching all varieties of struggling  young learners art. Here is a letter we received from one mom about her experience:

Dear Sharon,

I have been so blessed by your art instruction to my children. I have struggled for a number of years to offer them art instruction and have never been happy with what was available. Once we walked into your studio it was such a relief and I felt that we had moved into the hands of a master that would guide my children into discovering their artistic side.

They have enjoyed their classes and your calm encouraging manner has left them feeling successful and eager to experiment. The projects they have created have encompassed a number of different mediums and techniques and they are really starting to blossom as artists. We can’t wait until our next class and that is really saying something, as one of my children is not always open to creativity. You have been able to tailor a class to meet the needs of two learners that come from very different places; one likes to follow rules and the other likes to be creative and playful. I thank you for your time, patience, and sharing your wonderful gift to help unlock their inner artist.

Sincerely,

Cynthia Moran

Thank you Cynthia! We love to help students AND teachers enjoy art. Check out all our offerings to help you with this!