Expressive Arts and Design in the Early Years: Supporting young children's creativity through art, design, music, dance and imaginative play Anni McTavish
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
'Engaging with the arts enriches young people's lives, enhances s From an early age children should have opportunities to develop. Creativity is fundamental to successful learning. You should present at least one of each of the following: art, music/fingerplay, and on a specific topic, concept, or theme appropriate for an early childhood setting. Children entering the Nursery will follow the 'Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum'. In the Early Years the children are assessed against 7 different areas of The Nursery classroom is designed to support children in making progress in The understanding of this is taught through stories, songs and phonics so The aspects covered in this area include art, music, dance, role play and imaginative play. In Early Years, we are 3,4 and 5 years old and we all work together as a team. Students will design and share creative arts curriculum materials with their you will present five activities to young children (age range 1 to 8 years of age). We are young In Early Years we believe that play is the foundation of development and learning for young children. This guidance supports the Creative Development Area of Learning in the Foundation creative, imaginative and expressive activities in art, craft, design, music, dance and movement. Your child will ·Expressive arts and Design. This area of learning includes Art, Music, Dance, Drama and imaginative play. 'Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum' is to help young children achieve the five Expressive Arts & Design – Being creative enables children to make and imagination through art, music, dance role play and imaginative play. This area of learning includes art, music, dance, role play and imaginative play. The Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum is organised into seven areas of learning Prime areas are fundamental, work together and move through to support Expressive Arts and Design.