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A brighter future…. Seen without sunglasses. KINDERGARTEN!!. Kids that are ages 4 to 5 years old are starting to: Have longer attention spans Be very imaginative and like to exaggerate Be great talkers and questioners. This is the best time to get your kids involved in art!.

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Seen without sunglasses

A brighter future…

Seen without sunglasses.


Seen without sunglasses

KINDERGARTEN!!

  • Kids that are ages 4 to 5 years old are starting to:

  • Have longer attention spans

  • Be very imaginative and like to exaggerate

  • Be great talkers and questioners

This is the best time to get your kids

involved in art!


Getting kids into art early

Getting kids into ART early!

You may wonder…

Why is ART

so important?


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Art stimulates both sides of the brain.

33% of kids are visual learners.

There are studies that show that kids, who make art,

read better and get better grades in science and mathematics.

Art develops hand and eye coordination.

Art teaches that there is more than one solution for a problem.

Art teaches them to think openly.

It represents a culture of questioners

more than a culture of responders.


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What can a parent do?

  • Ask your child what they see when you go on a nature walk.

  • Chalk is cheap, and washes away. They also get excited to have their work displayed outside!

  • Go to an art museum and look at art together.

  • Call museums or craft stores. A lot of them have free art projects that you can do as a family. Then display the work around the house.

  • Buy your kid a sketchbook (or make one). When you go to the zoo, the park or an art museum, ask them to draw what they see in the sketchbook.


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Absorbing Artwork

What you need:

  • Materials Card stock

  • Rimmed baking sheet

  • White glue

  • Salt

  • Colored water

  • (water and food coloring)

  • Eyedropper


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What to do:

1. Set the card stock on the baking sheet and have your child use the glue to draw a design on the paper.

2. Sprinkle the wet glue with salt until it's completely

covered, then tap off any excess.

Have your child use the eyedropper to drip colored

water, one drop at a time, onto the salt. As the salt

absorbs the liquid, the water will move along the glue

lines, resulting in a wonderful web of color. Be sure to

watch what happens when the color reaches intersecting

lines.


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Art helps your child see the world

from their own eyes, and not what others WANT them to see.

So help your kid take off the sunglasses and view the world in it’s true color!


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For more information:

http://www.artsz.org/20-reasons-why-art-is-important-for-children/

http://www.mommyteachme.net/art.htm

http://www.kinderart.com/

http://familyfun.go.com/crafts/


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