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Children's Art Studio in Norwich: A Child’s 6 Artist Senses

Sep 05, 2017 07:31PM ● By Melanie Heisinger
“I have observed through children how very important it is for them to nurture their six senses, which helps in developing artistic literacy.”

----Miss Lani, Children's Art Studio
 

An Aware Artist – A Child’s Senses

Design: Creates and appreciates handmade objects that go beyond function and are beautiful, extraordinary, unique, or emotionally engaging.

Story: Communicates effectively with others by creating and appreciating compelling narrative.

Symphony: Synthesizes ideas, sees the big picture, crosses boundaries, and combines disparate pieces into a meaningful, harmonious whole.

Empathy: Forges relationships and feels compassion for others and for the world of nature.

Play: Engages in problem solving, which stimulates flexibility, humor, risk taking, curiosity, and inventive thinking.

Meaning: Pursues passion, desires, and enduring ideas. Derives a sense of purpose, inspiration, and fulfillment from making choices using higher order thinking skills.
 
A CHILD’S SIX SENSES EVOKE GREAT SPIRIT AND RADIANT WORKS OF ART!

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