Children's art fun

Children's art fun.

Child's drawing (the same is true of modelling) it goes through certain stages of development. Whether, whether we give him a pencil for the first time in the second or fourth year of life, it will begin to draw indiscriminately tangled lines first, called scribbles. Only then will he try to isolate certain elements from them: colic, good, separate points, straight lines. And although these scribbles bear no resemblance to reality, will show with pride, that drew mom here, there's a fish, dog or bear. The moment the child leaves the scribble stage, he begins to draw so-called cephalopods - clumsy diagrams of the human figure. Over time, she will enrich them with more and more details by adding buttons to the clothes, the fingers, handbag, mother always goes with. Items important to the child will also appear in the drawings: dom, trees, Sun, car. Their simplified silhouettes will be supplemented with elements that are important for the child at the moment. The child is not drawing it, what he sees, but it, what he knows about the subject, represents it, what is according to

important to him. He also expects us, adults, recognition for your efforts, praise, encouragement to try again. Critical or worse, ironic remarks about his work, may permanently discourage its further undertaking.

Hugely useful, stimulating mental and emotional development, as well as improving manual dexterity is modeling with clay or plasticine. So it is worth sharing it with your child, to be able to model it, whatever he wants. Initially, it will perform simple forms, it will just start rolling the balls, make round flat pancakes or rolls. Will try to combine these elements later, or from one piece to model the simplest objects - mushrooms, stick figures, animals. This activity is usually very absorbing for a child. Even the most inept products give him great joy, because he cannot critically look at the results of his work. So he gains confidence, becomes proud of his achievements. This in turn encourages them to try again, slowly perfecting his work, and his ideas also become richer and more interesting.

The role of parents in organizing a child's play basically boils down to creating the right conditions for him, allocating space in the apartment, which he can manage on his own, supplies with a set of necessary toys, encourage specific activity, and most importantly - showing interest in its course, sometimes inspiring, expressing approval and appreciation for interesting ideas.