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Art Stages Resources

There are 3 art stages in which children develop their drawing skills. The different forms are Scribbles, Basic forms, First Drawings.
Children's Drawing Stages - 6 Things To Look For | Planning With Kids
Kids produce some wonderful artwork over the years. This short guide will help you identify and enjoy the different stages your kids go through with their artwork as they get older. It will also help you work out which are the must-keep pieces.

*Children's Drawing Stages - 6 Things To Look For | Planning With Kids. (2010, August 3). Retrieved February 9, 2015, from http://planningwithkids.com/2010/08/03/childr...
The Stages of Artistic Development - Mountain View Elementa...
In 1947, Dr. Viktor Lowenfeld published "Creative and Mental Growth", which quickly became the textbook for art educators. Lowenfeld argues that are six clearly defined and that these stages can be witnessed in the artworks of children.

*Children's Drawing Stages - 6 Things To Look For | Planning With Kids. (2010, August 3). Retrieved February 9, 2015, from http://planningwithkids.com/2010/08/03/childr...
Childrens Art
Children explore the world around them through intellectual, physical and emotional methods. All these factors play a part in their art.

*Childrens Art. (n.d.). Retrieved February 9, 2015, from http://www.users.totalise.co.uk/~kbroom/Lectures/children.htm
Jean Piaget and the Child's Spontaneous Geometry
The investigation of the child's conception of space conducted by the Swiss psychologist and epistemologist Jean Piaget (1896-1980) in the early 1940s can be read not only as a major contribution to developmental psychology, but also as an ambitious attempt to find a new foundation for geometric intuition.

*Jean Piaget and the Child's Spontaneous Geometry. (n.d.). Retrieved February 9, 2015, from http://www.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/en/news/features/feature11
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Posts on setting up an art space for children.

*Creating Art Space For Children. (n.d.). Retrieved February 9, 2015, from http://utbtkids.com/category/desimoms-guide-to/art-desimoms-guide-to/
5. Right Side Drawing on Memories, Your History as an Artist
As an expert on children's art, Miriam Lindstrom of the San Francisco Art Museum, described the adolescent art student: ''Discontented with his own accomplishments and extremely anxious to please others with his art, he tends to give up original creation and personal expression.

*5. Right Side Drawing on Memories, Your History as an Artist. (2014, November 30). Retrieved February 9, 2015, from http://www.ingetang.com/praxis/?page_id=6505
Teaching tips for children in different stages of writing development - The Measured Mom
One child scribbles on a piece of paper and proudly announces, "This is my name!" Another preschooler writes a string of random letters and asks his mother what it says. Still another child draws a picture of a cat and labels it with a wobbly C. Which one of these children is writing?

*Teaching tips for children in different stages of writing development - The Measured Mom. (2014, April 16). Retrieved February 9, 2015, from http://www.themeasuredmom.com/stages-of-writing-development-help-kids-move/
Delmar Cengage Learning Companions - Creativity and the Arts With Young Children, 2E
The Online Companion for Creativity and the Arts with Young Children.

*Basic Forms Stage. (n.d.). Retrieved February 9, 2015, from http://www.delmarlearning.com/companions/content/1418030724/Resources/UNF4_7-8.asp
Artistic Play
Creative play and artistic activity are important to children's overall development. They help nurture imagination, and also develop problem-solving, thinking and motor skills. School children start to learn that some problems have a single solution (two plus two always equals four). They also develop skills for finding the right result for a given problem.

*Artistic Play. (n.d.). Retrieved February 9, 2015, from http://site.ildikokudlik.com/artistic-play/
Drawing With Children
Children use art to express their emotions.

*Drawing With Children. (n.d.). Retrieved February 9, 2015, from http://publicaction.org/programs/drawing-with-children/
Children and Their Art: Stages of Development
Your child just spent five minutes scribbling on a sheet of paper and then proceeded to tell you about the amazing picture she created. As you nod your head in mock understanding while she explains the dragon, castle, and trees in her scribbling, you wonder what is really going on, and if your child ever will actually draw the things she is describing.

*Children and Their Art: Stages of Development. (n.d.). Retrieved February 9, 2015, from http://sarahlipoff.com/2010/04/05/children-and-their-art-stages-of-development/
My First Crayola™ Developmental Stages of Art
Every Creative Journey Begins with the First Steps Crayola believes that encouraging kids to express their thoughts at all ages is important. We help kids express their ideas and feelings with colorful tools made for little hands that transform a child's uniquely original thoughts into visible form.

*My First Crayola™ Developmental Stages of Art. (n.d.). Retrieved February 9, 2015, from http://www.crayola.com/splash/product/my-first-crayola-developmental-stages-of-art.aspx
Kids Drawing: Seeing Beyond the Scribbles | Childhood101
Early drawings are often described as 'scribbles,' a term which should not undermine the importance of this creative stage. Repeated drawing experiences help a very young child to learn that the mark on the page is a response to their own body (finger, hand, arm) actions.

*Kids Drawing: Seeing Beyond the Scribbles | Childhood101. (2011, June 25). Retrieved February 9, 2015, from http://childhood101.com/2011/06/kids-drawing-seeing-beyond-the-scribbles/
Drawing Lessons and Crafts for Kids and Children K-12: KinderArt : Learn How to Draw
Drawing Lessons, Learning to Draw Lesson Plans, Ideas, Crafts and Activities for Kids of All Ages.

*Drawing Lessons and Crafts for Kids and Children K-12: KinderArt : Learn How to Draw. (n.d.). Retrieved February 9, 2015, from http://www.kinderart.com/drawing/
Art Projects for Kids
Scribble, scribble, scribble, what does it mean? The moment a child figures out how to pick up a crayon, she begins an adventure through art from scribbling to realistic creations. Just like with learning how to read or write, children go through levels of development in art and it's a fun and educational journey.

*Art Projects for Kids. (n.d.). Retrieved February 9, 2015, from http://www.funderstanding.com/theory/child-development/art-projects-for-kids/