Creative Arts & Music Center
6210 Douglas Blvd., Granite Bay, CA 95746   (916)791-6407
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Preschool Art Classes, Ages 3-5

Art, Music & Movement

One- or Two Day-a Week, 
School Year and Summer Program

Art, Music & Movement is offered for the 3-5-year-old artist, and is available during the school year and throughout the summer.

 Students explore their senses in a warm and nurturing setting while learning to work with watercolors, acrylics, clay and many other art media. They will also have adventures in drama, dance and movement, plus explore music (
dancing and singing).

The 2014-15 school-year program begins the week of August 18, 2014, but parents can enroll their children at any point on a month-to-month basis. 
Students may attend this course once or twice a week.

Choose one or two days a week!

School Year Class Times 
(mid-Aug- late May)

Monday         2-4 p.m.
Tuesday        10 am-noon 
Friday        10 am-noon 

Summer Class Times
(June 8-August 7)

Monday         10 am-noon
Tuesday        10 am-noon 
Wednesday   10 am-noon
Thursday       10 am-noon
Friday       10 am-noon

$118/Month (1x week)
$228/Month (2x week)               
Please note: During the school year, Tuesday mornng AMM classes run
concurrently with Homeschooling Fine Arts classes for 5-7- and 8+-year-olds. 

In summer, these classes run concurrent to the morning Youth Fine Arts classes for 5-7 and 8+-year-olds M-F. Bring the whole family for a morning of art


  • A high teacher/student ratio; class size capped at 16.
  • Highly accredited, nurturing teachers with extensive experience teaching the younger child.
  • Fine Arts based curriculum, but also includes music, singing and dancing, stories and games.
  • In addition to language development in English, children are also introduced to French.
  • Charming rural environment with fenced yards to garden and play in.

Did You Know...

...scientists believe the neural pathways formed by early art and music exposure are the same pathways later used for math and reading--making these academic subjects easier for kids who've had a "right brain" pre-school education?
Also, "creativity" is gaining more research interest--and is theorized to be the single most important quality needed in most disciplines--medicine, science, politics, business--as well as the arts.

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