4 Things To Know Before Putting Your Child In An Art Class

1. What does that facility offer?

It is important to know what the facility offers because this is the place where your child will be spending a lot of their time. As a parent, you want to be sure that the facility is clean, safe, and has an engaging learning environment. It is also important to know if the facility has parent viewing, and when the viewing is open. Is the parent viewing open always, or only once in a while? With open parent viewing, you can know what your child is doing at every moment during their class. As you know what they are doing during their class you can better be involved in your child’s learning process.

2. What is the size of the class?

When looking to put your child in an art class it is important to know the size of the class. You want a class that is small enough that your child will get individual help from their teacher. With a small class, your child is also able to focus during their art class, and they won’t be distracted by their many classmates (while still being able to learn from their peers).

3. What materials will you need to purchase

There are two different types of art studios. Some studios expect you to get all the materials that your child will need for the class; this can get very costly and sometimes confusing. If the studio provides all the materials that you will need it will make your life a lot easier. You will not need to worry about your child being prepared for art class; you will simply need to get them there.  At Bravo, all supplies are included for your child’s art classes.

4. Can I get immediate assistance and customer service?

With your child in an art class, you need to know what kind of assistance you can get if anything happens. Is there a first aid kit nearby? Does the studio have office staff that can help you in any situation? If the answer is no to any of these questions the studio may not be the best fit for you. You need to be sure that the studio has the assistance available if you ever need to use it.