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Soft skills for successful future of our kids.

Today, dear parents, we will talk about developing "soft skills"!

In this technological age, developing soft skills in children can give them an edge and help them become successful in their professional lives.

"Soft skill" is a sociological term relating to a person's 'EQ' (Emotional Intelligence Quotient). They are a cluster of social graces, communication, language, personal habits, friendliness, and optimism that characterize relationships with other people. Soft skills complement hard skills (part of a person's IQ), which are the occupational requirements of a job and many other activities.

Art develops these soft skills in kids, in particular:

Problem Solving. When you are staring at a blank canvas, you have no choice but to create something that was not there originally. ...

Observation Skills. When creating art, you must be present at the moment. ...

Self-discipline. You can't paint whatever you want. You need to stick to the script.

Organizational Skills. Organize your thoughts or workplace to make better work ...

Self-Expression. Sometimes it is hard to explain ideas even in words but we teach kids one more language. Can't say? Draw!

Self-Appreciation. Students in our school finish expressive projects. Every time when we see them holding their works we know they believe in themselves more and more. They appreciate inner artists.

Courage. If you want to create something that didn't exist before you need to be strong and have the courage to face some imperfections. More at the start and less later on.

​With help of professional teachers and knowledge, kids know they are not alone in their journey and they got the courage to create wonders!


Nowadays, workplaces are looking for well-rounded people. Candidates with strong soft skills are in high demand for many different types of jobs. Soft skills are the interpersonal attributes you need to succeed in the workplace. They are how you work with and relate to others—in other words, people skills.

Join Art Academica today to develop "soft skills" for your children, it will be very beneficial long term in their career.




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