CH Visual Art

Children's House students explore a range of materials and techniques. They experiment with paint and color mixing, clay, printmaking, and building.

Children in the Children’s House transition from the scribble stage of a three-year-old to the symbolic drawing stage of a kindergarten child, able to draw recognizable objects. Children learn that they can express their ideas, feel confident in their ability as artists, and begin to develop a visual literacy. They explore a range of materials and techniques. They experiment with paint and color mixing, clay, printmaking, and building. Art projects may also enhance special areas in the classroom curriculum and are collaboratively planned by both art and classroom teachers. Exhibiting artwork throughout the school celebrates each child’s creativity and work.
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