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VI. ART PROJECT (see: http://www.naeyc.org/tyc/article/preschoolers-as-abstract-
VI. ART PROJECT (see: http://www.naeyc.org/tyc/article/preschoolers-as-abstract-artists) Pick an artist. Show examples to children (or young adults, friends etc.) of the artist’s work (i.e., photographs) and have them discuss the pictures (the numbers of pieces would depend on the age and number of participants). Discuss the creative project – how did the artist create the art? How would you do it, what materials do you need? Have the participants make the art, using a medium of your choice (i.e., photographs, paint, recycled objects, etc...). Be sure to let the participants create the art and guide the process (you can provide the simple materials, or have the participants collect them - open ended, everyday materials such as objects from nature or household items work well!) Document the process along the way (take observational notes, photographs where possible, etc...): • Note participants’ questions and conversations as they discuss the art they are exploring • Note their insights about the creative project • Record their process as they create the art The finished product: Write a one-page summary/reflection about what you learned through the process. For instance, what did the participants’ discussion focus on as they worked? What, if anything, struck you as they engaged in the process? How might this work in the classroom?

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