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Preschool Art: It's the Process NOT the Product

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Tina Keefer

on 5 June 2013

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Preschool Art
Process vs. Product Process Art Process Art
Container Painting
Pizza boxes, bags, coffee can, golf balls, rocks, acorns, pine cones, etc.
Foil Paint
Puffy Paint
Plunger Art
See Art Binder
Anything where materials are out for children to use without direction. Product Art Product Art
Pieces are "prepared".
Done in steps like a "craft" or project.
Preconceived outcome; looks like something.
Uncreative and resembles each other.
Uniform outcome
Teacher model/directed "Today, we are going to make...."
Involved much teacher input.
Empowers teacher..."Look what I can get the children to do. Won't the parents be pleased." 3-D Art What is 3-D Art?
Three dimensional work must have height, weight, and depth. The children must be able to build up and out.
Gluing things to a flat surface (as in gluing material scraps or styrofoam peanuts to a flat piece of paper or cardboard) is not counted as 3-D."
ECERS-"There should be very few (if any) teacher
directed art activities most of the time when art materials are used, (about 85% of the time) the children can do “free art” and are not required or expected to follow and example." Examples of 3-D Art
Poke Art
Wearable Art
Necklaces, bracelets, hats, crowns, etc.
Foil Art
Paper Mache'
Wiki Stix/BenderRoos Teaching Strategies Gold
Number 33: The Arts
Offer diverse open-ended materials.
Encourage children to explore media.
Explore to self-express.
Technology-Hatch programs, music.
Demonstrate how to use tools-watercolors.
Display at child's eye level.
Change art frequently.
Have an "Art Show" or local arts share ideas. Activity:
Process vs. Product Process Art
Self Expression
Child input
"Look what I made myself"
Messy, Messy, MESSY Product Art:
Animals, houses, etc.
Anything with an expected outcome.
"Let's make a ________." Questions?? Handouts Process Art Examples Product Art Examples Eraser Art Murals Finger paint Spin Art Using Nature Items Salt, Glue, Watercolors Dripping Art Spray Art Sponge Art http://www.amazon.com/Preschool-Art-Its-Process-Product/dp/0876591683 Resources http://www.teachpreschool.org/2010/11/how-to-facilitate-the-creative-art-process-in-preschool/ http://www.teachingstrategies.com/blog/categories/6 http://prezi.com/6yjwetv01mta/preschool-in-service/ "Don't be afraid to change a cute product you see into a GREAT process!" https://accounts.google.com/ServiceLogin?continue=https%3A%2F%2Fgroups.google.com%2Fd%2Fmyforums&hl=en&service=groups2&passive=true YouTube-Differences between 2 yr old and 5 yr old development 3-D Examples Wearable Art-Hats/Crowns/etc Tube Art Nature Art Poke Art Wearable Art-Necklaces/Bracelets/etc Sculptures and Mobiles Foil Art Pipe cleaner Art Straw Art Scrap Wood Art Noodle Art Recycled/Cardboard Art When using Search Engines or Pintrest...
Try using key words such as:
Messy art-preschool
Abstract art-preschool
Toddler art
Process art-preschool
Try using the "images" search tab. Playdoh Diva
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