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Art And Creative Development For Young Children

by
Edition:
5th
ISBN13:

9781401872618

ISBN10:
1401872611
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/19/2005
Publisher(s):
CENGAGE Delmar Learning

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Summary

Art and Creative Development for young Children, 5E, 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 creative experience, art and the developing child, special needs and diversity, children's artistic development, planning, developing, implementing and evaluating art, integrating art across the curriculum, roles and strategies that facilitate children's artistic expression, evaluation and assessment.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Section One Creativity
Understanding Creativity
3(19)
Objectives
4(1)
Introduction
4(1)
Beginnings of Creativity
5(1)
Creativity
5(1)
Explaining Creativity
6(4)
Obstacles to Creativity
10(2)
Children Need Adults Who Facilitate Creative Expression
12(1)
Comparing and Contrasting Creativity
13(6)
Creativity and Child Development
19(1)
Summary
20(1)
Key Terms
20(1)
Suggested Activities
20(1)
Review
21(1)
Creative Thinking
22(15)
Objectives
23(1)
Introduction
23(6)
Activities for Creative Thinking
29(3)
Facilitating Young Children's Creative Thinking
32(1)
Strategies to Facilitate Creative Thinking
32(3)
Summary
35(1)
Key Terms
35(1)
Suggested Activities
36(1)
Review
36(1)
Creative Experiences
37(42)
Objectives
38(1)
Introduction
38(1)
Creativity Enhances Children's Development
38(1)
Modes of Creative Expression
38(1)
Children Express Their Creativity through Play
39(12)
Children Express Their Creativity through Language
51(3)
Children Express Their Creativity through Music and Movement
54(11)
Facilitating Children's Creative Expression
65(1)
Mark Making
65(8)
Summary
73(1)
Key Terms
74(1)
Suggested Activities
74(1)
Review
75(4)
Section Two Young Children as Artists: A Developmental View
Art and the Developing Child
79(28)
Objectives
80(1)
Introduction
80(1)
Developmental Model
80(3)
Developmental Profile
83(15)
Context: Interaction of Child Development and Environmental Influences
98(1)
Processing with Art Materials and Tools
99(5)
Summary
104(1)
Key Terms
105(1)
Suggested Activities
105(1)
Review
106(1)
Children's Artistic Development
107(34)
Objectives
108(1)
Introduction
108(1)
Explaining Children's Art
108(1)
Theories of Artistic Development
108(16)
Painting
124(12)
Summary
136(1)
Key Terms
137(1)
Suggested Activities
137(1)
Review
137(4)
Section Three Art and Aesthetics
The Elements of Art
141(21)
Objectives
142(1)
Introduction
142(1)
Aesthetic Criteria
142(9)
Making Prints
151(6)
Stencil, Spatter, and Screen Printing
157(2)
Summary
159(1)
Key Terms
159(1)
Suggested Activities
159(1)
Review
160(2)
Aesthetics
162(17)
Objectives
163(1)
Introduction
163(1)
Aesthetics
163(3)
Rationale
166(2)
Teacher's Role in Aesthetics
168(7)
Watercolor and Ink
175(2)
Summary
177(1)
Key Terms
178(1)
Suggested Activities
178(1)
Review
178(1)
Sensory Experiences
179(21)
Objectives
180(1)
Introduction
180(1)
From Percept to Concept
180(1)
More than Five Senses
180(1)
Children's Learning Styles
181(15)
Resist Art Activities
196(2)
Summary
198(1)
Key Terms
198(1)
Suggested Activities
199(1)
Review
199(1)
The Complete Early Childhood Art Program
200(19)
Objectives
201(1)
Introduction
201(1)
The Importance of Arts Education
201(1)
Art Standards
202(1)
Early Childhood Art: Studio-Oriented or Discipline-Based?
202(2)
What to Include in an Early Childhood Art Program
204(3)
Artistic Styles
207(5)
Collage
212(3)
Summary
215(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(23)
Objectives
220(1)
Introduction
220(1)
Approaches to Teaching Art
221(2)
How to Choose Art Activities
223(3)
What Early Childhood Art Should Be
226(6)
Activities Masquerading as Creative Art
232(2)
Paper Art
234(6)
Summary
240(1)
Key Terms
240(1)
Suggested Activities
240(1)
Review
241(1)
Planning, Implementing, and Evaluating Art
242(26)
Objectives
243(1)
Introduction
243(1)
Teacher As Planner and Curriculum Developer
243(2)
Goals
245(1)
Values and Beliefs
246(1)
Objectives
247(2)
Strategies for Including Art in the Early Childhood Curriculum
249(5)
Clay and Play Dough
254(11)
Summary
265(1)
Key Terms
266(1)
Suggested Activities
266(1)
Review
267(1)
Integrating Art across the Early Childhood Curriculum
268(20)
Objectives
269(1)
Introduction
269(1)
Art and the Early Childhood Curriculum
270(1)
Art and Math
271(2)
Art and Science
273(2)
Art and the Language/Communication Arts and Literacy
275(2)
Art and Social Studies
277(2)
Art and the Expressive Arts
279(2)
Three-Dimensional Art
281(5)
Summary
286(1)
Key Terms
286(1)
Suggested Activities
286(1)
Review
287(1)
The Art Center
288(19)
Objectives
289(1)
Introduction
289(1)
The Art Center
289(10)
Evaluating an Art Center/Program
299(1)
Puppets and Masks
299(4)
Summary
303(1)
Key Terms
303(1)
Suggested Activities
304(1)
Review
304(3)
Section Five Roles and Strategies
Art Experiences through Technology
307(18)
Objectives
308(1)
Introduction
308(1)
Computers in Early Childhood Education
309(3)
Computers and Art
312(10)
Mobiles and Stabiles
322(1)
Summary
323(1)
Key Terms
323(1)
Suggested Activities
324(1)
Review
324(1)
Roles, Responses and Strategies to Support Children's Art
325(17)
Objectives
326(1)
Introduction
326(1)
Teacher as Art Specialist
327(1)
Teacher as Responder
328(1)
Art Dialogue
328(5)
Teacher as Troubleshooter
333(3)
Sewing and Weaving
336(3)
Summary
339(1)
Key Terms
340(1)
Suggested Activities
340(1)
Review
341(1)
Art Assessment
342(38)
Objectives
343(1)
Introduction
343(1)
Teacher as Observer, Recorder, and Assessor
343(7)
Children's Art Files and Folders
350(3)
Art Assessment
353(1)
Instrument for Artistic Assessment
354(1)
Summary
355(1)
Key Terms
355(1)
Suggested Activities
356(1)
Review
356(1)
Appendices
Appendix A Artistic Junk
357(3)
Appendix B Where to Go in Your Local Community for Artistic Junk
360(4)
Appendix C Art Resources
364(1)
Appendix D Catalogues
365(1)
Appendix E Art-Related Books
366(5)
Appendix F Professional Organizations
371(2)
Appendix G Resources for Young Children with Special Needs
373(2)
Appendix H National Standards for Arts Education
375(2)
Appendix I Multicultural Picture Books
377(3)
Glossary of Key Terms 380(8)
References 388(11)
Index 399


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