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Art for kids
Transcript of Art for kids
for Toddlers Importance
for Art Activities Stimulates and develops the imagination and critical thinking Has a tremendous impact on the developmental growth of every child Refines cognitive and creative skills Helps level the "learning field" across socio-economic boundaries Strengthens problem-solving and critical-thinking skills, adding to overall academic achievement and school success. Develops a sense of craftsmanship, quality task performance, and goal-setting Plays a central role in cognitive, motor, language, and social-emotional development. The Joy of Art Exploration Ask them:
How does it feel?
What does it taste like? Let your toddler explore a material with their fingers, nose, mouth… Toddler art is all
about the process Allow the
child to: Explore And eventually Create Remember: Art is a process,
not a product. Flour Free Play Soapy Jars Children use their
body or voice
artistic expression Provide children with
important experiences that
can help them develop physical coordination timing memory visual and language skills Simultaneous engagement
of senses, muscles,
and intellect. Help children to exercise
and to learn: balance flexibility stamina stability memory and discipline coordination Questions? Now... LISTEN TO THIS! the lyrics are just for YOU! please Art Therapy Art is... communication of who we are