Discussion 1 200 – 250 words In your Readings this week you read about the three basic levels in drawing that apply to early childhood development: the scribble stage, the
Discussion 1 200 – 250 words In your Readings this week you read about the three basic levels in drawing that apply to early childhood development: the scribble stage, the basic forms stage, and the pictorial stage. When early childhood professionals can recognize and evaluate each stage through direct observation of a child’s art work, then they are best able to plan appropriate art activities and materials for toddlers, preschoolers, and school aged children K–2nd grade. View the following videos from the Colorado Department of Education found in your Web resources: Jacob at the Easel, Kyrill at the Easel, Kyrill and Kira at the Easel, and Sam Draws a Scarecrow. Source: Results Matter Video Library – Practicing Observation, Documentation and Assessment Skills, Colorado Department of Education. Retrieved from Discussion 2 200 – 250 words Read the following scenarios. Decide which (if any) of these situations reflect appropriate art set-up techniques for activities discussed in this unit, and then answer the questions that follow. In a preschool class, Dory and Sammy have been building robots in the block area, so the teacher adds boxes, foil, wire, and a bucket of small, old radio parts to the area. Now that the weather is nice, a kindergarten teacher places the sand table just outside the door, which is next to the art area. The teacher explains new rules set up to stop the traffic flow going across the art area to and from the sand table. After a field trip to a grocery store, first grade teachers add empty food cartons and labels to the pasting and construction area. The teacher concludes that the children are not using the clay modeling area enough. She replaces it with another computer station. Discussion 3 200 – 250 words This unit’s resources support the value of music in young children’s lives along with presenting implementation strategies for early childhood music programs. Respond to each statement or question below and support your responses with content from the unit’s material or other sources. Source: Songs, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. Retrieved from
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