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Contemplating the Arts and Nature
March 20, 2017
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"The process of experiencing and…creating art is a way children can synthesize all that they are learning about the world, especially the natural world," writes Julie Rose in the Beginnings Professional Development Workshop, The Arts.

Rose suggests using a simple yet profound questioning technique to help children fully experience the natural world, as a motivator for art expression:

"These questions facilitate children’s engagement with nature as they deepen their awareness and appreciation for all that touches their lives:

What do you see? What do you know? What do you like? and What do you wonder?"

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