کچى تەمەن 11 ساڵان رێگا نادات نەخۆشیى رێگای پێبگرێ لە کردارى وێنەکێشان
منداڵى بچووک ئازار دەچێژێت لە دەست نەخۆشى ئێسکەنەرمە
کەیت بورودولکینۆى تەمەن یانزە ساڵان لە شارى مۆسکۆ، رووسیا ئازار دەچێژێت لە دەست نەخۆشى ئێسکەنەرمە، ئەو نەخۆشیەى کە ژیانى ئاسایی منداڵ دەگۆرێ، لەو ساتەوەى کە تەمەنى چوار ساڵانە لە رێگاى بۆرى دەستکرد
Book includes exclusive music from Mars Volta keyboardist Ikey Owens
The Magic of We is a children’s book that combines words with music to describe the amazing feeling of finding someone who “fits” you. Written by Danielle Anderson-Craig and illustrated by her friend and fellow teacher Carly Dooling, The Magic of We
Visual arts describes a broad category that describes artistic disciplines. Drawing, painting, sculpturing, printmaking, design, crafts, photography, video, film making and architecture are all types of visual arts. Let’s break these down a bit as one understands their importance.
Fine arts are defined as a creative art which are appreciated
Arts education helps students with a variety of skills
Every student deserves to learn art, but with education cutbacks, arts education is often the first to go from public education. Visual literacy plays such an important role in our lives, that many kids in kindergarten through eighth grade are missing out due to educators’ choices to cut out art from the curriculum.
Did you know that credit cards, gift cards, hotel room keys and other plastic card-like objects make great art projects? With technology these days, sometimes it’s hard to get creative, but you and your kids can use these objects to paint great looking art you can display around your home, according to housingaforest.com.
A Brooklyn-based graphic designer has combined puzzle-making with art in what has become a massive exhibit around the world with aspiring artists. The Puzzle Art Installation and Collaborative Project is a dynamic growing and traveling, group art exhibition. Artists, young and old, have contributed their individual voice collectively with other artists to form this historic puzzle art project.
What if cars could spread the benefits of education, alter the surrounding environment on an atomic level, or even break down language barriers?
The arts can be a great vehicle for children who have ADHD. Engaging in creative activities such as art, music and dance have been shown to help children with ADHD calm down because it utilizes the part of the brain that controls emotions. When the emotions are under control, the focusing can be much easier. Most of us have experienced this; when we are upset about a personal issue….isn’t hard to concentrate at work? So, therefore reaching the emotional brains through the arts can infact increase focus.
Each year, the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts holds a Children and the Arts Festival in Peterborough, NH. A year of planning and great community cooperation culminates in this all-day event, where the streets are closed to vehicular traffic and filled instead with song, laughter, parading Giant Puppets, food, fun, dancing, chalk art, the Art Walk, and something for everyone who loves art and children. Schools, businesses, organizations, and families come together to create this very special day and it attracts children and their families from throughout the Monadnock region and beyond.
Lisa Phillips, an author, blog journalist, arts and leadership educator, speaker and business owner, has compiled the top ten skills children learn from the arts. The following are the reasons why the world needs skilled instructors in all various art forms.