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Directing your child to art

Directing your child to art


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You can imagine a child as he often paints. Because children love color paints and painting (if not negatively directed). So, when should you give your child the first time to give paper and pencils? Your baby will probably take it to his mouth. No problem if you use harmless paints made for babies. Draw a few lines on your own paper next to your baby and show him how to use the paint. The first doodles can be random. But then, your baby learns to make a mental connection by realizing that the movements of his arm cause streaks in the paper. After the age of 2, your child will concentrate on painting activities and will focus more on his work. This process will go through mixed lines and scribbles. In this process, we realize that parents are making many mistakes with good intentions. • Do not interfere with the work of your child. • Do not try to simulate the random shapes in the picture (this will cause the study to depreciate). • Do not buy your child any artistic creativity such as coloring books, drawing materials, and stencils (completing something that someone else has left half of will not benefit your child). Even when traveling, do not leave this book with you. This notebook will soon be the best proof of your child's progress: • Do not hang your child's pictures in the fridge. Because children know that good paintings are displayed on the walls. Framing your child's pictures and hanging them on the wall or displaying them on your computer's desktop • The desire to paint a real object must come from the child. This can happen almost as soon as the child's 4th birthday; this does not mean that the normal course of development is impaired. If realism becomes the point where the child only gets approval from the parents, the three years of artistic work will lose all importance. That is why you cannot say, ne What is this? Için for the shape of your child's picture. What you need to focus on is not the similarity of shapes to real beings, but the work itself. Instead of asking questions, you can describe what he does and how he does it. For example; The sentences like orum I see that you have filled the whole page with lines ”, un You seem to be doing well” or giler The lines on the paper are multiplying as your arm comes and go ”will be more meaningful for him. You can describe to him how he uses which material. For example, “when you draw pastel crayon side, the line you draw is the width of the paint,” he may be able to direct his attention to the shapes drawn. He can point to any line in his painting and say, çiz You have drawn a zigzag line;; You can teach the effect of pressure by saying, “Look here you pressed the pen firmly, this line is too dark.” Another point you would like to give your opinion is the use of color. You can make comparisons like, kullan You used too much blue, too little red., By simply describing his work or painting, he can teach him the causes and consequences of his action; you can improve your language ability with the vocabulary you provide. A good picture must not look “beautiful ne nor teach your child something important. Therefore, the words you encourage him cannot be confined to patterns like “very beautiful..


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