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Art with Nature – Creative Nature Hunt for Kids

The world of nature is full of surprises and inspiration. A palette of colors, different forms, and shapes provide children with an enormous amount of opportunities for creativity. Creative thinking is one of the most valuable aspects of a child’s learning that defines success and satisfaction in the future. I love nurturing creativity in my …

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Montessori Inspired Art Appreciation Activities

Without much preparation, planning, or intention, Art as we know it, feel it, experience it, experiment with it took a huge part in our everyday life. We started 30 Days of Creativity and Art to help navigate our homeschooling towards the creative side of learning and I do not think we will ever stop. Whatever …

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Preschool Process Art Inspired by Kandinsky

Art masterpieces are an incredible source of learning opportunities. Through studying and discussing art children learn to pay attention to small details, colors, use of space, shapes, and creativity. Among pictures of masterpieces that we received from Montessori By Mom with the Art Appreciation toolbox my daughter especially loved painting done by Wassily Kandinsky – …

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Process Art for Children Inspired by Claude Monet

A child’s perception of art at young preschool age is often a blank canvas. It is wonderful to be able to spark inspiration using the creations of great artists, like Monet. My little artist is only three, this means that she benefits the most from art experiences that allow her to create through discovering and …

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Charcoal Drawing – Process Art for Preschool

Children love discovering and experimenting with various types of art mediums. Using charcoal for creative self-expression is a different experience from working with paint, markers, or pastels. A. was fully engaged in the process of learning fun ways to use charcoal for drawing. As usual, our primary focus was to enjoy the process and give …

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Painting with Natural Loose Parts

Maria Montessori believed that “beauty could be found in nature and that nature itself should be and is the most infinite source of creative inspiration” source. Connecting art experience with nature allows us to incorporate more meaning into our nature walks. When going outside we learn to notice colors, identify sounds and smells. This time-out …

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