Early Childhood Sensory Development

Young children possess unlimited potential and are curious about the environment around them. They require the freedom to explore and create in a spacious environment. By engaging in Messy Play activities, children can stimulate their senses and promote growth and brain development. CreativeKid’s art courses, CreativeWawa and CreativeKiddies, offer a monthly Messy Play session. Through thoughfully designed and immersive environments that correspond with the course theme, we aim to cultivate a fun and exploratory experience for children while enriching their knowledge and cognitive abilities. 


Age 1.5 - 2.5

CreativeWawa offers affirmative art experiences for parents and toddlers to bring out creativity and curiosity together. The program provides a stimulating environment and sensory experiences that encourage imagination, hands-on exploration and playful learning.  Adult participation is encouraged as observers and facilitators for building bonding and confidence.

Note: This is an accompanied program. Each student needs to be accompanied by a parent/care taker.

Program Schedule (Kowloon City)

Program Schedule (Sai Ying Pun)

Program Schedule (Taikoo Shing)


Age 2.5 - 3.5

Toddlers are active learners. They draw and paint in scribbles for the sake of pleasure.

Our confidence-building and sensory-stimulated program emphasizes experimental discovery, experiential learning and individuality in expression. Art experiences as individual and group activities introduce young children to team-work and collaboration.

With art as a tool for exploring the world, young children are introduced to visual elements, concepts and diverse media. To treasure the progress from scribbles to shapes and symbols, a portfolio will be built to document creative and social development during this early entry to the world of art.

Program Schedule (Kowloon City)

Program Schedule (Sai Ying Pun)

Program Schedule (Taikoo Shing)

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