THE NEED TO TEACH
ART TO YOUNG
Art is an integral part of our
Visual art is the manipulation of the visual
and spatial elements of line, color, texture,
pattern, and for.
Art can be used as decorative,
communicative, or expressive purposes
Guidelines for Interaction with
Choose developmentally appropriate toys and materials. Use play and
motor scales to help in this section
Limit your own talking, especially questions. Pause often to encourage
the child to initiate communication an
Piagets Stages of
(Birth to 24 months)
gives clues on how the infant is
processing information with the
developmenting large and small
You take in the information and make a
close match with wh
the process of governing
oneself and providing for ones own
needs, is the goal of childhood.
Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt
second stage of Erikson's theory of
psychosocial development takes place during
Do you know the difference?
Process oriented art
Product oriented art
-is an artistic movement as well as a creative sentiment
where the end product of art and craf, the objet dart, is not
the principal focus. The 'process' in process art r
Dysgraphia is a Greek word.
The prefix /dys/ indicates that there
The base word /graph/ refers both to
the hands function in writing and to
the letters formed by the hand.
Graph refers to producing letter
forms by hand. T
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