It was a rainy drizzly day in the Wild Woods, but that didn't stop are from being created! Today the children worked on a collaborative project. The children chose from a variety of materials, watercolor crayons, old watercolor paint pallets, drop cloth, spray bottles, food coloring and hammers. The most learning can happen during these process art days. There is no set idea to follow, just materials to experiment with. Process art in preschool helps children develop creativity, problem-solving, fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, self-expression, communication, and self-confidence. It encourages exploration, experimentation, and discovery, without the pressure of achieving a specific outcome.
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