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A Student With A Design Project

Article: Busted: The Myth of the Starving Artist
Your child wants to pursue the arts? Don't worry. A new study shows the success and happiness of arts alumni
Jobs in the Arts, Young Artists, Education

A Child Painting With an Adult

Article: "I Can't! I Won't! I Don't!"
What do you do with the creativity killers that may be lurking in your house?
Family, Young Artists

Young Girls Doing Ballet On Stage

Article: Good Moves for Young Dancers
Expert tips for preventing—and treating—injuries in young dancers
Dance, Family, Physical Activity, Young Artists, Ballet

funny parents

Article: For the Love of Comedy
Kids love to joke around, but if your kid is especially hilarious, a career in comedy could be in her future. These four tips will make sure she gets plenty of laughs along the way
Young Artists, Comedy, Family

Mom and Daughter Doing Crafts

Article: Giving Feedback: Food for Thought for Parents
How can parents talk with and engage with their kids about their creative work? Here are seven suggestions to get you started
Family, Young Artists, Theater, Music, Dance, Ballet, Poetry

Teen performers

Article: Adolescent Artists: Searching for Self
An overview of adolescent development in the arts, focusing on 13-17 year-olds.
Family, Young Artists

College musicians

Article: Young Adult Artists: Living an Artistic Life
An overview of young adult development in the arts, focusing on 18–22 year-olds.
Family, Young Artists

Kid drummers

Article: Self-Discovery, Self-Expression
An overview of child development in the arts, focusing on 10–12 year-olds. Self-awareness and self-expression are the emphases for this age group.
Family, Young Artists

Kid dancers

Article: Intrepid Explorers and Playful Creators
An overview of child development in the arts, focusing on 4–6 year-olds. Play and exploration are the emphases for this age group.
Family, Young Artists

Child artist

Article: Industrious Collaborators
An overview of child development in the arts, focusing on 7–9 year-olds. Working with others and building new skills are the emphases for this age group.
Family, Young Artists

Kid dancers

Series: Supporting Your Young Artist
This series helps parents navigate their child’s development through the arts, beginning in preschool through to their launch into college. Click on your child’s age and stage below to find helpful tips on what to expect and how to support your developing artist.
Family, Young Artists

Mother Holding Her Daughter

Series: My Child, the Arts, and Home
These resources from the Center for Arts Education will help you learn ways to encourage your child to make, learn about, and be inspired by the arts in your home
Education, Family, Young Artists

A Family of Musicians Playing Together

Article: How the Arts Teach the Tools for Success: High School
Learn ways that parents can support their high school child and the arts at home
Education, Family, Young Artists

Young Painter

Article: Help! My Child Wants to Be an Artist
Why you shouldn't worry when your child wants to be a professional artist
Education, Family, Jobs in the Arts, Young Artists

Young boy with horn

Article: How the Arts Teach Life Skills: Grades 6 to 8
How parents can support their sixth to eighth graders and the arts at home
Education, Family, Young Artists

Young Boy Dressed as a Knight While Coloring

Article: It’s Never Too Early to Enjoy the Arts: Pre-K to Second Grade
Is your child interested in the arts? Here's how parents can support their young kids' interests at home
Education, Family, Young Artists

Two Children Painting

Article: How Arts Education Develops Lifelong Learners: Grades 3 to 5
How parents can support their third to fifth graders and the arts at home
Education, Family, Young Artists

Talking Up the Arts

Article: Start the Conversation about Arts Education
Creating shared values and mutual understanding while correcting misconceptions can help communities find greater acceptance and success in funding arts education
Family, Young Artists

High School

Article: Going to the Principal’s Office
Learn how to reach out to school principals to gain their support of arts education programs
Education, Family, Young Artists

Women Chatting at Conference

Article: Arts Education and the Business Community
Skills learned through arts education, such as creativity and innovation, are good for business
Education, Young Artists

ballerinas

Article: Making Sure Your School Is Arts-Friendly: Grades 6 to 8
Why parents should support their sixth to eighth graders and the arts in school
Education, Family, Young Artists

Curtain Call

Article: Arts Education Is a Gateway to Your Child’s Future: High School
How parents can support their high school child and the arts in school
Education, Family, Young Artists

Young Girl Making a Drawing With Chalk

Article: Why Arts-Friendly Schools Matter: Pre-K to Second Grade
How parents can support their Pre-K to second graders and the arts in school
Education, Family, Young Artists

Young Girl With a Cello

Article: How the Arts Build Academic and Social Skills: Grades 3 to 5
Discover how parents can support their third to fifth graders and the arts in school
Education, Family, Young Artists

Mother and girl with painting

Series: My Child, the Arts, and School
These resources from the Center for Arts Education will help you learn ways to support your kid through his school's arts programming
Education, Family, Young Artists

Girl With Electronic Tablet

Article: Raising “Art Smart” Students in the 21st Century
So, what are 21st century skills exactly? Why do they matter to “art smart” parents and how do we help our kids?
Education, Family, Young Artists

Boy Playing Violin

Article: The Many Gifts of Music
How music gets inside your kid's head
Young Artists, Music, Science, Orchestra, Family, Education

Students Acting

Article: Supporting Artistically Gifted Students
Learn about artistically gifted students and how can others can help them reach their potential
Education, Young Artists

Art Teacher With Students

Article: Do Tell: Giving Feedback to Your Students
How can arts educators provide engaging and useful feedback? Here are seven suggestions to get you started
Education, Young Artists, Musical Instruments, Theater, Literature, Music, Poetry, Ballet, Dance

Students Dancing

Tipsheet: Shall We Dance?: Foolproof Ways to Bring Dance into Your Classroom
Try these five easy ways to use dance and movement in your classroom
Dance, Education, Family, Music, Young Artists

Acting Teacher

Tipsheet: What Do I Say?
For the young theater student, a teacher’s feedback can inspire or crush in a matter of minutes. Learn how to assess your student’s work responsibly
Young Artists, Theater, Education

Art Critique

Tipsheet: Art Critiques Made Easy
One-word answers and grunts don't count as student critiques of art. How to foster interesting and authentic discussion in the classroom
Education, Young Artists, Visual Arts, Art Venues

Mother and girl art class

Tipsheet: Going Public
Here are the best and safest ways to share your student's work with the world!
Education, Young Artists, Visual Arts, Poetry, Playwrights & Plays, Literature

Student Critique

Tipsheet: Thinking Outside the Test
Introduction to performance assessment, which provides educators with "real-world" arts assessment strategies
Education, Young Artists, Visual Arts, Dance, Musical Instruments, Poetry

Elementary school girls dancing

Article: How Dance Can Teach Literature
How to incorporate dance into a traditional English classroom
Dance, Education, Literature, Young Artists

East High School Dancers

Article: Encouraging Your Students to Become Choreographers
Use these great ideas to get your students choreographing at your school
Broadway, Choreographers, Dance, Musicals, Theater, Young Artists

Hand on Piano

Article: The Key to a Strong Workforce
How to help students learn skills essential to the 21st century workforce in and through arts learning
Education, Jobs in the Arts, Young Artists, Family

parent volunteer

Article: It Takes a Village: Parent Volunteers
Learn how parent volunteers can contribute to the learning environment with the right goal-oriented guidelines
Family, Education, Young Artists

Man speaking into microphone

Article: Speak Up for the Arts
As a teacher you can help parents become strong arts education advocates
Young Artists, Family, Education

Teacher in Classroom

Article: New Paths to Learning
An introduction for educators to differentiation instruction through the arts for academically gifted students
Young Artists

Tree of Knowledge

Article: Constructivism: Actively Building Arts Education
A brief introduction to constructivism and how arts educators can utilize it effectively
Education, Young Artists

The Star Spangled Banner Sheet Music

Grades 6-8 Lesson: Set a Poem to Music
After exploring a “singable” picture book as a class, each student examines a personally selected poem for rhythm to determine its musical meter.
Music, Poetry, Young Artists

John Henry

Grades 6-8 Lesson: Writing Folktales
Students identify and analyze folktales. They learn the characteristics of folktales and use them to evaluate existing tales and to create original tales of their own.
Folklore, Language, Literature, Young Artists

Animals from a Fable

Grades 6-8 Lesson: Writing an Original Fable
In this lesson, students will use the steps of the writing process (brainstorming, drafting, revising, proofreading, and publishing) to write and perform original fables as skits.
Folklore, Language, Literature, Theater, Young Artists

Mural

Grades 6-8 Lesson: Decades Mural Project
Students will learn how to use primary sources, and work in groups to create murals about the events and trends of a decade of the twentieth century
History, Visual Arts, Young Artists, Fashion

Performance of Shakespeare's

Grades 9-12 Lesson: A Question of Style
Students will explore the nature of comedy by informally staging the opening scenes in Shakespeare's As You Like It
Theater, Young Artists, Literature, Playwrights & Plays

Landscape

Grades 9-12 Lesson: Landscape Painting
Using James Palmersheim's Silver Creek's November II as a starting point, students will create their own landscape paintings
Visual Arts, Young Artists

paint

Grades K-2 Lesson: Let's Talk About Painting
This lesson introduces young students to the elements of the arts, and teaches them to use appropriate vocabulary when discussing paintings
Education, Young Artists, Visual Arts

What's Going On... Now

Website: What's Going On... Now
The Kennedy Center presents "What's Going On...Now," a national youth campaign to inspire young people to share their art and expression by telling us "How have things changed?" since Marvin Gaye's album "What's Going On" was released.
America, Controversial, Music, Music Legends, History, Young Artists, Popular Culture

Mariachi Chula Vista

Video: Mariachi Chula Vista
This ensemble from San Diego’s Chula Vista High School is considered one of the best student mariachi groups in the country
Latin America, Music, World Cultures, Young Artists

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