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Teacher in Classroom

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

arts quote

Arts Quotes: Grace Lichtenstein
"Adventure can be an end in itself. Self-discovery is the secret ingredient that fuels daring."
Young Artists

arts quote

Arts Quotes: Henry Ward Beecher
"Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures."
Young Artists

Kids Making Chalk Art

Article: Summer Boredom Busters
Tap into your child's creative side with these suggestions for arts-related summer activities and camps
Family, Young Artists

A Boy Painting in His Bedroom

Article: Home, Creative Home
Inspire your child to be more engaged in the arts by turning sections of your home into creative spaces
Family, Young Artists

Child and Adult Using Camera

Article: Five Arty Activities for the Car and Grocery
Creative ways to keep things interesting
Young Artists, Family

A Young Girl Painting a Picture

Article: Finding Science in the Arts
Four arts-related science fair projects for your child to consider
Science, Young Artists

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

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

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

Chorus Singing

Article: Surviving School Chorus
You've been assigned to a chorus. Now what? Some helpful hints for the young singer
Music, Young Artists

Children Singing

Article: Singing in an Ensemble
Learn how to sing with a group of friends, family, or classmates
Music, Young Artists

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

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

Landscape

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

Shirley Temple

Arts Days: July 02, 1934: Hollywood’s Little Princess
Many agree that the best known and best loved child star of all time was Shirley Temple, a talented little girl who had audiences eating out of her hand at the box office back in the 1930s and 40s.

During the course of her contract with Fox, Temple starred in 24 films, from Poor Little Rich Girl to The Little Princess. In just about all of them, she sings, dances, winks, and smiles, melting the cold hearts of the crooks and corporate executives she encounters in the storylines. Her character is often called upon to solve problems, bring people together, or otherwise act as a sort of good fairy.

There have been plenty of child actors since Shirley Temple’s onscreen reign, but few who can match her sparkle.
Movies & Movie Stars, Young Artists

arts quote

Arts Quotes: Oliver Wendell Holmes
"Man's mind stretched to a new idea never goes back to its original dimensions."
Education, Young Artists

Carolers

Article: The Family That Sings Together
A community sing-along guide for families with some tips on singing Handel's Messiah
Family, Young Artists, Music

Homemade Instruments Band

Article: Strike Up the Band: Creating Homemade Instruments
Make musical instruments by using recycled materials from your house
Family, Music, Musical Instruments, Young Artists

Spooky Radio

Article: Making a Spooky Radio Play
Children can learn about storytelling by writing and performing their own radio play
Family, Literature, Theater, Young Artists

iTouch Reading

Article: Acting & Storytelling
Family-friendly tips for acting out amazing stories
Young Artists, Theater, Family

Boy playing violin

Article: Private Matters
The benefits of private music lessons go beyond the additional instruction your child receives
Young Artists, Music, Orchestra

Article: Make Music Matter in Your Home
Looking to sign your child up for music classes? These seven tips will make sure she starts off her musical career on the right note
Young Artists, Family, Music, Education

Boy Smiling and Playing a Violin

Article: Performing Under Pressure
Help your child master the excitement and stress of music competitions
Young Artists, Music, Orchestra, Musical Instruments

girl and boy with paintings

Article: What the Arts Can Do for Your Child
Does your child need a boost of self-esteem? Learn how children can gain self-esteem through a study of the arts
Young Artists, Education, Family

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