Lesson Plan on Art (Bronfenbrenner Japan)

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Art in preschool education is important because it helps children develop their creativity, imagination, and fine motor skills. It also allows them to express themselves and their emotions in a non-verbal way.

To create a preschool learning environment that teaches art, teachers could set up a designated art area with various materials such as paint, markers, crayons, and clay. They could also display artwork created by the children to encourage creativity and inspiration. Additionally, teachers could incorporate art into other areas of the classroom, such as using art to teach math concepts or incorporating art into storytelling.

Potential preschool lesson plan ideas could include teaching children about different art styles and techniques, such as pointillism or collage. Teachers could also encourage children to create art based on their favorite stories or to create their own stories based on their artwork. Another idea could be to have children create art that represents their emotions or feelings, allowing them to express themselves in a non-verbal way

Country

Japan

Framework

MEXT (Japan)

Theorist

Urie Bronfenbrenner

Subject

Art

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