Children's paintings are bold in composition, lively in appearance, bright in colours, uninhibited in brushwork, simple in techniques, and pure in expression, captivating the audience. As Picasso once said: "Children’s paintings may be inadvertent scribbles, but they are innocence at its purest. They may look plain and simple, clumsy even, yet are the epitome of freedom"
Focus：Children's art education today mainly uses painting and appreciation activities to guide children’s self-expression through developing their creativity, appreciation, and judgment. Children’s art education aims to nurture critical thinking, goodness, aesthetic perception, humour, and observational characteristics.