Process Art for Kids: What Parents Should Know

July 21, 2021 8:59AM
woman holding baby while two young children create art
Interesting and unique materials invite exploration, which means art materials do not have to start and end with paint and markers.(GETTY IMAGES)

Process art can help K-8 students express their emotions and practice critical developmental skills.

Household objects, scrap paper and something to write with can be all it takes for curious kids to express their creativity. Artistic exploration is not limited to a classroom, experts say; parents can engage their children in grades K-8 in process art activities at home that allow them to experiment with everyday materials and use their imagination.

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