Develop Skills through Activities When a child draws a picture paints a portrait or hangs buttons from a wobbly mobile that child is beginning to communicate visually A child may draw to document an actual experience like playing in the park release feelings of joy by painting swirling colors or share an emotionally charged experience like the passing of a loved one through art Art goes beyond verbal language to communicate feelings that might not otherwise be expressed

Children, Life, Art

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“#Children Develop #Life Skills through #Art Activities”

When a child draws a picture, paints a portrait, or hangs buttons from a wobbly mobile, that child is beginning to communicate visually. A child may draw to document an actual experience like playing in the park, release feelings of joy by painting swirling colors, or share an emotionally charged experience like the passing of a loved one through art.

Art goes beyond verbal language to communicate feelings that might not otherwise be expressed.

“#Children Develop #Life Skills through #Art Activities” When a child draws a picture, paints a portrait, or hangs buttons from a wobbly mobile, that child is beginning to communicate visually. A child may draw to document an actual experience like playing in the park, release feelings of joy by painting swirling colors, or share an emotionally charged experience like the passing of a loved one through art. Art goes beyond verbal language to communicate feelings that might not otherwise be expressed.

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