When was the last time that you gave a child paints, crayons or any other art supply and their faces didn’t light up immediately? Children love to draw and express themselves. They are learning so many things constantly children need all the outlets they can get to voice certain feelings and emotions. This is true for all children, worldwide.
Until the late 19th century, the only major forms of communication were the written word and art. The written word tells us of the customs, laws, religious practices and an entire world of daily life throughout the history since it first started being recorded. Some examples of this are: Prohibition in the 1920s, The United States Constitution and as far back as prehistoric man.
One convenient option available to help make your holidays a little less stressful and much more enjoyable is by hosting a painting party. Why a painting party? Well here are six good reasons to throw caution to the wind, and host a painting party through the holidays.