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Art and Creative Development for Young Children

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780766824089

ISBN10:
076682408X
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/11/2001
Publisher(s):
Thomson Delmar Learning
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Summary

Art and Creative Development for young Children, 4E, written for early childhood professionals and those preparing to work with children in child care, preschool, or a Kindergarten through third grade setting, is a comprehensive, must-have resource for setting up a developmentally appropriate art program. This updated text takes a child-centered approach to art education. It covers the important issues of art safety, cultural diversity, special needs, developmentally appropriate practice and the role of technology and computers in the lives of young children. Full of child-tested activities and extensive resources for art materials, this text subtly blends theory and research with practical application.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
SECTION ONE Creativity
Understanding Creativity
3(16)
Objectives
4(1)
Introduction
4(1)
Beginnings of Creativity
5(1)
Creativity
5(1)
Explaining Creativity
6(4)
Obstacles to Creativity
10(1)
Children Need Adults Who Facilitate Creative Expression
11(2)
Comparing and Contrasting Creativity
13(3)
Creativity and Child Development
16(1)
Summary
17(1)
Key Terms
17(1)
Suggested Activities
17(1)
Review
18(1)
Creative Thinking
19(14)
Objectives
20(1)
Introduction
20(5)
Activities for Creative Thinking
25(3)
Facilitating Young Children's Creative Thinking
28(1)
Strategies to Facilitate Creative Thinking
29(2)
Summary
31(1)
Key Terms
31(1)
Suggested Activities
32(1)
Review
32(1)
Creative Experiences
33(32)
Objectives
34(1)
Introduction
34(1)
Creativity Enhances Children's Development
34(1)
Modes of Creative Expression
34(1)
Children Express Their Creativity through Play
34(11)
Children Express Their Creativity through Language
45(3)
Children Express Their Creativity through Music and Movement
48(5)
Facilitating Children's Creative Expression
53(1)
Mark Making
54(7)
Summary
61(1)
Key Terms
61(1)
Suggested Activities
62(1)
Review
62(3)
SECTION TWO Young Children As Artists: A Developmental View
Art and the Developing Child
65(22)
Objectives
66(1)
Introduction
66(1)
Developmental Model
66(2)
Developmental Profile
68(12)
Context: Interaction of Child Development and Environmental Influences
80(1)
Processing with Art Materials and Tools
80(5)
Summary
85(1)
Key Terms
86(1)
Suggested Activities
86(1)
Review
86(1)
Special Needs and Cultural Diversity
87(26)
Objectives
88(1)
Introduction
88(1)
Diversity
88(1)
Going Beyond Normal, Typical, and Average
89(1)
Valuing Individual Differences
89(1)
Providing for Young Children with Individual Differences
89(5)
Some General Guidelines for Working with Young Children with Special Needs
94(1)
Providing for Cultural Diversity
95(1)
Some General Guidelines for Working with Young Children from Culturally Diverse Backgrounds
95(3)
Helping Children Grow Up Free of Bias
98(1)
Anti-Bias Curriculum
99(1)
Multicultural Arts and Crafts
100(7)
Summary
107(1)
Key Terms
107(1)
Suggested Activities
108(1)
Review
108(1)
Resources for Multicultural and Anti-Bias Materials
109(4)
Children's Artistic Development
113(34)
Objectives
114(1)
Introduction
114(1)
Explaining Children's Art
114(1)
Theories of Artistic Development
114(16)
Painting
130(11)
Summary
141(1)
Key Terms
142(1)
Suggested Activities
142(1)
Review
142(5)
SECTION THREE Art and Aesthetics
The Elements of Art
147(20)
Objectives
148(1)
Introduction
148(1)
Aesthetic Criteria
148(9)
Making Prints
157(6)
Stencil, Spatter, and Screen Printing
163(2)
Summary
165(1)
Key Terms
165(1)
Suggested Activities
165(1)
Review
166(1)
Aesthetics
167(14)
Objectives
168(1)
Introduction
168(1)
Aesthetics
168(2)
Rationale
170(3)
Teacher's Role in Aesthetics
173(4)
Watercolor and Ink
177(3)
Summary
180(1)
Key Terms
180(1)
Suggested Activities
180(1)
Review
180(1)
Sensory Experiences
181(20)
Objectives
182(1)
Introduction
182(1)
From Percept to Concept
182(1)
More than Five Senses
182(1)
Children's Learning Styles
183(15)
Resist Art Activities
198(2)
Summary
200(1)
Key Terms
200(1)
Suggested Activities
200(1)
Review
200(1)
The Complete Early Childhood Art Program
201(18)
Objectives
202(1)
Introduction
202(1)
The Importance of Arts Education
202(1)
Art Standards
203(1)
Early Childhood Art: Studio-Oriented or Discipline-Based?
203(2)
What to Include in an Early Childhood Art Program
205(3)
Artistic Styles
208(4)
Collage
212(4)
Summary
216(1)
Key Terms
216(1)
Suggested Activities
216(1)
Review
216(3)
SECTION FOUR Providing Art Experiences
Child-Centered Art vs. Teacher-Directed Projects
219(22)
Objectives
220(1)
Introduction
220(1)
Approaches to Teaching Art
221(1)
How to Choose Art Activities
222(2)
What Early Childhood Art Should Be
224(7)
Activities Masquerading as Creative Art
231(2)
Paper Art
233(5)
Summary
238(1)
Key Terms
238(1)
Suggested Activities
239(1)
Review
239(2)
Planning, Implementing, and Evaluating Art
241(26)
Objectives
242(1)
Introduction
242(1)
Teacher As Planner and Curriculum Developer
242(2)
Goals
244(2)
Values and Beliefs
246(1)
Objectives
246(2)
Strategies for Including Art in the Early Childhood Curriculum
248(5)
Clay and Play Dough
253(11)
Summary
264(1)
Key Terms
265(1)
Suggested Activities
265(1)
Review
265(2)
Integrating Art across the Early Childhood Curriculum
267(18)
Objectives
268(1)
Introduction
268(1)
Art and the Early Childhood Curriculum
269(1)
Art and Math
269(3)
Art and Science
272(2)
Art and the Language/ Communication Arts and Literacy
274(2)
Art and Social Studies
276(2)
Art and the Expressive Arts
278(1)
Three-Dimensional Art
278(5)
Summary
283(1)
Key Terms
283(1)
Suggested Activities
284(1)
Review
284(1)
The Art Center
285(18)
Objectives
286(1)
Introduction
286(1)
The Art Center
286(8)
Evaluating an Art Center/Program
294(1)
Puppets and Masks
295(4)
Summary
299(1)
Key Terms
299(1)
Suggested Activities
299(1)
Review
299(4)
SECTION FIVE Roles and Strategies
Roles and Strategies That Facilitate Children's Artistic Expression
303(16)
Objectives
304(1)
Introduction
304(1)
Teacher As Art Specialist
305(1)
Strategies
306(1)
Art Idea Book
306(1)
Art Group Time
306(1)
Matting and Framing Children's Art
307(2)
Artist's Signature
309(1)
Displaying Children's Art
309(1)
Art Workshop
310(1)
Art Party/Open House
310(1)
Computers in Early Childhood Education
311(4)
Mobiles and Stabiles
315(2)
Summary
317(1)
Key Terms
317(1)
Suggested Activities
317(1)
Review
317(2)
Responding to Children's Art
319(16)
Objectives
320(1)
Introduction
320(1)
Teacher as Responder
320(1)
Art Dialogue
320(5)
Teacher as Troubleshooter
325(3)
Sewing and Weaving
328(4)
Summary
332(1)
Key Terms
332(1)
Suggested Activities
332(1)
Review
332(3)
Art Assessment
335(40)
Objectives
336(1)
Introduction
336(1)
Teacher as Observer, Recorder, and Evaluator
336(7)
Children's Art Files and Folders
343(3)
Art Assessment
346(1)
Instrument for Artistic Evaluation
346(2)
Summary
348(1)
Key Terms
348(1)
Suggested Activities
349(1)
Review
349(2)
APPENDICES
Appendix A Artistic Junk
351(4)
Appendix B Where to Go in Your Local Community for Artistic Junk
355(4)
Appendix C Art Resources
359(2)
Appendix D Catalogues
361(2)
Appendix E Art-Related Books
363(6)
Appendix F Professional Organizations
369(2)
Appendix G Resources for Young Children with Special Needs
371(4)
Glossary of Key Terms 375(8)
References 383(10)
Index 393


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