Creative activities

Overview:Teachers can inspire children to be adventurous and give them the confidence to try new things so they can develop creative problem-solving skills. There are countless ideas for art projects– but one of the best ways to help you to remember ideas – and convey enthusiasm – is to try them out yourself! Note that it is the process, not the product that counts for your activity so take a risk and be creative! Aspire to model confidence and risk-taking by being adventuresome yourself!For this assignment, you will:a) Make any three of the art projects from the list provided below. b) Write an essay where you address the seven items listed below.See the attached document for complete instructions and a grading rubric. Submit your completed assignment to the above submission link by 11:59 p.m. EST, Sunday of Unit 5.Instructions:1. Choose any three (3) activities from the “Activities for Children” list in the Chapter11 Review. See the list below but go to the chapter for details and illustrations:Some Variations on Easel Painting Cracked Paint and Crayon Drawings Painting with Soft ObjectsCornmeal PaintingsSurprising DesignsCotton Swab PaintingButton PrintingSponge PaintingPaper Towel PaintingCrayon SurfacesFinger Painting with Ice Cubes PrintingFabric Painting Pinecone Printing Combination Painting
2. Try each of your three activity selections yourself, and:a. Takeapictureofeachofyourthreeactivitycreations.b. Write a two-page essay with at least one paragraph about eachactivity in which you address the following seven things for each activity:Requirements1. 6. 7.Identifythetypeofartactivity(i.e.,SpongePainting)Identify the stage or stages of art that would be appropriate for the activity. For example, would it be scribble, preschematic, schematic, and/or gang stage. Remember, as stated in the introduction to Chapter 11 in your text, “List the materials for the activity. They need to be appropriate for the stage of art. If you would do the same activity with children that are in different art stages, you might need different materials for different children to do the same activity.Describe the space required for the activity. For example, indoors or outdoors or both. Would you use the floor, large table etc.Describe clean-up considerationsDescribe safety precautions if needed.Describe any aspect of your experience doing the activity. Did you improvise with the materials? Did you try a few attempts? Are you happy with the experience? Was it fun?theories are two facts The first is that all children go throughdefinite stages in their development of art. The second is that thepace of each child’s development in art varies with the child.”• Submit a Word document of 2- page essay that includes the seven things listed above. Use double-spacing and Times New Roman, 12-point font.• Include a photo of each of your three activities with your submission (3 photos total).Be sure to read the criteria below by which your work will be evaluated before