Teaching art at home to a few children is quite different than teaching 30 children in a classroom. It means you have more flexibility and freedom to create art when and how you want.
I’ve taught in classrooms, art rooms and around my dining room table and love the nuances that each setting brings.
This podcasts shares some of my best tips for teaching art at home. Make sure to download the Art at Home Toolkit and follow along!
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN:
- How you don’t need to know everything about art when embarking on creating art with your kids, you just need an interest.
- Why you need to establish your own intentions and expectations before teaching children
- How the use of descriptive words will enrich children’s vocabularies
- Why developing a teacher’s mindset and establishing a routine can help so much when managing your child’s behavior
- Creating a schedule can lead to increased focus and creativity in your children
- What’s the most important thing that you can give your child to develop their art skills
LISTEN TO THE SHOW
DOWNLOAD THIS ART RESOURCE GUIDE:
If you are new to teaching art at home, download this guide which will help identify management strategies, what art supplies to buy and helpful links that will get you teaching in no time!
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