Exploring Process Art with Young Children
Hands on Art for Infants Through Prek
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|Format: ||Paperback, 108 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 06 July 2015|
Art is one of the most amazing and important tools we can provide young children with as a means of developing their fine motor skills, creativity, imagination, and self esteem. Focusing on process art, rather than product art, this book provides hands on art activities and lessons for children 1-6 years old. Perfect for early childhood settings, home daycare, or rainy afternoons at home with young children. Throughout the book various art mediums are explored to expose young children with the diverse ways to create art. Each lesson highlights what young children will learn, materials needed, steps to take within the lesson, lesson variations, teacher or adult role during the lesson, as well as potential pitfalls.
About the Author
Dr. Jill Madsen has been in the field of education for almost 20 years. She is a licensed birth through 8th grade teacher in the state of Minnesota. She has her bachelors, masters, and doctoral degree in education. The majority of her years of practice have been working with young children using a philosophy that young children learn best through play and hands-on experience. Jeanne Aaron has her bachelors degree in fine arts and has showcased her art work for the past four decades. Throughout Jeanne's career, she has blended her love for the arts and her knowledge about fine arts by bringing art experiences to young children for 40 years.
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