We are always interested in the connection between fine arts and brain development. We like anything that has to do with visual arts or music and young children.
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Title: Seabird Artist: Robert W. Jepperson Location: Bellingham, WA Completion/Installation Year: 1977 Medium: Painted wood. (Laminated redwood painted a creamy white.) Continue Reading →
I recently came across a recipe for edible paint for infants and toddlers. I don’t know why I became obsessed; Continue Reading →
Here are the handouts we use for our Art ‘Out of the Box’ training module. This list is incomplete, but Continue Reading →
I thought this collection of color wheels were quite inspirational. I found them all over the place online several years Continue Reading →
“The arts are an important part of a well-rounded education for all students. All of the arts – dance, music, Continue Reading →
I couldn’t help but think of The Thousand Languages of Children when I read this study. Many times in my Continue Reading →
Wow! If I’m reading this correctly, this 2014 study from Germany found that producing art increases you psychological resilience as Continue Reading →
by Laurence Anholt This is a wonderfully illustrated book that mixes true life and art in the story of a Continue Reading →
As a teacher, I feel I should throw things out there and hope that the children will either use Continue Reading →