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Giving children an appreciation for art encourages exploration, imagination, and creativity. Here's how to get started building art appreciation for kids.
Teaching your child art history can not only open her eyes to a whole new side of art but it can also help her explore the world around her.
Many parents see art as secondary to academics.  Art cultivates imagination and creativity, but it also hones critical-thinking and problem-solving.
Create lasting memories and appreciation of foreign cultures with these holiday celebrations.
Here are ideas for encouraging your child to create art.
A child's artistic development follows a common pattern from ages two to twelve. Learning what's key to each stage will help you figure out what to keep.
There are new studies to suggest that the type of art your child prefers can tell you a lot about her personality.
Arts education: what it teaches and why it's important. Parenting advice on making arts a part of school and why you should care.
Do you think that modern art is a farce and your kindergartener paints better than Jackson Pollock? Here are a few ideas that might change your mind.
While every child develops artistically at his or her own pace, there are certain milestones typical on the journey. Here’s what parents can look for:
Children love expressing themselves through the arts, and summer break provides a great opportunity for parents to add the arts into their daily routine.
Looking for a project that mixes crafting and a little bit of saving the planet at the same time? Look no further than the International Plastic Quilt Project.
Art is important in all areas of an early learning program. Read on to learn how art can enhance young children's understanding of math, science and language.
These parent-child art creations mix the wonder of childhood with the artistic skill that comes with age. Check out this funny and fantastic parent-child art.
These five tips will help you keep your child's extracurricular activities in check.
Find out how just a bit of paint and paper can make your kid smarter.
Lists the developmental stages of drawing between the ages of one and six, as children develop sensorimotor abilities and go from scribbling to more complex
Make sure that signing your child up for a sports team is a positive experience.
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