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  • Can you attract a straight line? Many grownups don’t consider by
    themselves artistic. Parents do, however, worry about their toddler’s art abilities.
    As a child care provider for the past 10 years, I’ve had
    many discussions with parents about ‘how their toddler
    is doing’ so far as getting ready for preschool
    or kindergarten. These people worry a lot about the final product of
    their toddler’s art tasks. I try to describe for
    them that art is not merely knowing how to draw a flower or a puppy,
    or whether or not little Jason colors in the ranges. Little kids need to see self-expression and the ‘doing of art’ more
    than having a page from a coloring book to hang on the freezer.


    When a two-year old puts his chubby little hand in a tub
    of finger paint and happily smears all of the colors together on the paper
    or if he makes yet another ‘snowman’
    out of play-doh, he’s creating. Granted, he will certainly inform you that his
    painting is his dad’s truck although you ‘just cannot see it.
    ’ Typically the important thing to remember is that by allowing our little kids to experience art in their own way, we let them
    show us how they see the world around them, how they feel and think.


    I always enjoy art time with my toddler and kindergarten age groups.
    Yeah, they can make a clutter, but they just wiggle with excitement after i take out
    the ‘arts & crafts’ tub of supplies! Possessing
    been a military wife and lived in a few different places, I’ve
    always returned to providing home day care. Since a result, I’ve
    had to make do with whatever space I can find in the many
    homes we’ve lived in. There’s not always a lot of room, but art
    will take place just about anyplace. I’ve found
    that the activity is most effective when love it’s pre-planned so when I’ve set goals for the activity.



    Art is important for toddlers due to way it makes little kids feel special and good about themselves.
    When your toddler finishes a journal cut-out collage and holds up his masterpiece to you with that glowing smile doesn’t that make you are feeling
    good about both of you? Through creating simple art projects, that same toddler isn't just learning
    to take pride in his accomplishments, but also to think and refine his hand-eye
    coordination and physical skills. Through art,
    children learn to identify colors, cause-and-effect, shapes,
    problem solving, sharing and assistance among a number of other skills.


    Moms and dads must remember to ask toddlers or preschoolers questions about their projects that will
    assist them think about what they’ve made rather than ask them ‘What is that?
    ’ For example, ‘C. J., tell Mommy with regards to your painting.
    ’ C. J will begin to speak about his work or anything otherwise he feels important at the time!
    This too shows your child that you are considering what this individual
    thinks and aren’t’ just confused about what
    you see! Make sure to hang the art work up in a notable place in your home so the entire family can enjoy it.


    Art experiences are a major part of a toddler’s daily activities.
    They have got grown enough to understanding
    objects and tear papers and hold crayons and brushes.
    Naturally they are thrilled with the expectation of a new fine
    art project, and most significantly, with the quality time spent with
    the important older people in his/her life.

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