The analysis of children’s drawings can give us many clues as to how they feel. Indeed it is one of the methods most frequently used by psychologists when a child has problems: asking him to draw something. […]
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Children’s drawing passes through various stages: the period of non-form, the period of form, and the period of schematization. Here we give you the main characteristics of each one of these stages through which everybody passes as they learn to draw. […]
Drawing, painting, coloring… these activities are highly beneficial to children’s physical and motor development. For this reason it is important to give them the necessary materials so that they can explore their imagination and creativity through drawing. […]
As María Montessori said: “Help me to do it myself”. The child’s drawing should not be directed; he should be left to explore his abilities and develop his imagination and creativity freely. […]
So that your child can develop his creativity and draw, you must provide him with all the necessary materials, the more varied the better. […]
Creativity is a quality that we all possess to a greater or lesser degree and which helps us to generate new ideas and solutions in different situations. Developing creativity in children helps them to encourage their abstract thought, to solve problems, and to improve their social relations. […]
Children’s scribbles are a reflection of their intelligence, their development, their creativity, and their expressiveness. This is why we should let them draw freely. […]
As soon as they are capable of holding a pencil they can begin to scribble, although until they are 3 they will not begin to give names to their creations. Nevertheless it is important to introduce them to the world of art as soon as possible. […]