How to train art to children
Art i s making i mages. I t enables us to see life as “art” and that is its value. What we see depends on what we know. The more perspective we bring to a particular work, the more we can see it as representing this or that. In art, we can afford to say “I know what I like” only if we first know what er are seeing.
Filipinos are world- class painters. We are proud to have Juan Luna, who was famous for Damian Domingo, Felix Hidalgo, Fernando Amorsolo, Victor Edades, and “Maestro” Vicente Manansala. All of them were artistically gifted and well-known for their outstanding masterpiece.
Art l ets children express their thoughts and emotions in a creative and productive manner. Most teachers are aware of the importance of art in the overall development of our pupils but not all of us know how to teach art to our pupils. There is always the pitfall of not providing enough stimulation or pushing too hard.
We sometimes forget to integrate art lessons if there are chances.
There is no better or more crucial time for our pupils to learn about art than while they are still young. The following are some suggestions to guide teachers who wish to teach Art effectively:
During Art lessons, advise your pupils to bring old newspapers to cover their chairs and tables. They