By Jean Van't Hul
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Indd 41 7/18/12 10:55 AM Accessibility with Siblings So you’ve set up an art table for your four-year-old and want to stock it with paints, scissors, glue, and collage materials, but you’re worried about her eighteen-monthold brother getting into it all when your back is turned. You don’t want him to interfere with the four-year-old’s artwork or space, and you’re also concerned about safety and the mess factor. What do you do? Here are some ideas to give your independent preschooler or school-age child access to the art materials and tools she needs and wants right now, while keeping your toddler and your home safe: ◊ Put the washable crayons, markers, and paper on the art table, but keep the paints, glitter, and scissors higher up (on a shelf, perhaps), where the older sibling can reach them but the toddler can’t.
She also has the patience and understanding to begin working on multistep projects and activities with your guidance. At this age, children may begin to name their drawings or even tell stories about them. Four-Year-Old Children Children are really mastering their bodies and sometimes their emotions at this age. They take more initiative and use what they have learned through other projects to create their own, often more complex, projects. Four-year-olds may begin to write letters or words; draw more elaborate and realistic pictures; mold more detailed playdough or clay creations; and expand their use of tools to a stapler, tape, and a hole punch.
You don’t need a separate room or even a lot of space. A child’s art space can be carved out of an existing room or even a closet. All you really need is a work surface somewhere. If you will be using a multi-purpose table, such as the kitchen table, then you should ideally make a dedicated space close by for your art materials, whether a cupboard, shelf, or a rolling storage caddy. Keep a waterproof tablecloth or drop cloth handy to spread over the table any time you want to work on messy projects.
Artful Parent Simple Ways to Fill Your Family's Life rojects for Children Ages 1 to 8, The by Jean Van't Hul