Most people oftentimes believe that children and young teens need to study nothing but the main curriculum at school. Adults believe that studying math, science, history, and social studies are the most important, and while they are, it's vital to remember the creative side of children. In most schools today, many are canceling art programs. Music classes, painting and drawing classes, and other art related classes should remain in school, and today you are going to discover why.

- Develops Creativity and Nurtures Every Aspect of their Life

When children are young, creativity is the number one most important part of their growth. You have a child who can potentially reach success in music, painting, and other forms of art. Public schools need art because any kind of art can help engage children while aiding them on developing their self-motivation, cooperation, self-discipline, and patience.

- Improves Self Esteem and Grades

Giving kids the outlet outside of traditional academics is fulfilling and rewarding because it gives them the chance to think outside the box. Any type of art will improve their grades, especially in math and science. Studies have shown that it will improve both their grades and also read better.

- Improves Future Development

Studies have shown that studying any type of art, whether it's music or painting, can help with improving their overall view of their chosen career. Lawyers, doctors, nurses, and those throughout any professional career are better at what they do, more patient, and more capable of their skills because of their development in the arts when they were younger.

- Improves Economy

There are many musicians and art professionals who have developed their craft, trained themselves, and improved their skills in their passion. These people deserve not only the job, but also the opportunity to inspire the lives of others. Getting a music education master’s degree is not easy, and they deserve to share what they know to the world.

Art classes should be brought to the world of children in public schools. Sacrificing a child from all music, singing, dancing, drawing, and painting can deprive them of a creative outlet. It's vital that children get their creative juices flowing because it'll help improve their creativity and imagination while also developing their ability in other subjects in school. The art classes in schools should remain to provide kids with the ability to improve more than just traditional education.

Author's Bio: 

: Lizzie Weakley is a freelance writer from Columbus, Ohio. She went to college at The Ohio State University where she studied communications. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors and long walks in the park with her 3-year-old husky Snowball.