The Arts and it’s relevance to children’s development

My purposal examines the arts and it affect on children’s behavior throughout their development. The arts facilitates an environment where children can express themselves through music, dance,poetry, drawing,painting,coloring and sculpting. The idea of using the arts in examining children behavior is to find a way that children can articulate themselves without the stress of being proper.Children need to be comfortable with their environment in order to ask for help.
The arts is very useful in school settings because it is usually associated with writing exercises.  I am going to take a look at how children use it in everyday work and how it teaching can  discipline children  for the expectations in the real world. Psychiatrists use the arts to find out what a patient is thinking or how he/she deals with a problem .It can be used to find out whether or not children understand a particular subject or activity.It is crucial to communicate when a child is unable to express themselves through writing or speaking. Most of the time, artistic children use art to get their point across.
The humanities deals with the studies of the arts in a way that is observable and expressive. The humanities exhibit the way the arts can be a tool to measure children’s learning process and the behavior that is associated with learning.Though children’s artwork ideas are created that can benefit the way we act towards children. It benefit children’s lives in a number of ways. First, it can be used to show children ways to express themselves physically and mentally. Second, the arts can create gateways for children to explore different genres of the arts. The arts has an educational aspect ,children can learn the various ways or styles artists use to create masterpieces. Third, children and adults can create their own masterpieces which could motivate other to get involved with the art. Fourth,Travel around the world to observe the arts and it’s significance in history. The arts sets the standard for communicating. It is an old , but appreciated way of expressing  a thought

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