Flexible Schedule Class: The Art in Nature Program Part I ™: Ages 4-5
A weekly flexible schedule class: an art & nature based academic, educational program for young children providing multi-disciplinary explorations through the visual arts
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No live meetings
Over 14 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a “Flexible Schedule” course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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Nature provides diverse opportunities for children to develop new concepts, engage in collaborative studies and to learn about the world around them. The Art in Nature program™ encourages children to see the art in nature, to develop a sense of awe and appreciation and inspiration and to acquire experience working with an array of artist materials. This art & nature based program facilitates learning experiences for the child to see the elements of art and the principles of design featured...
Learning opportunities facilitated to help the child discover the elements of art and principles of design featured in nature. In addition, this program encourages children to explore and develop their creativity and imagination by introducing them to a wide range of natural materials and artistic expression. The Art in Nature Program ™enhances pre- literacy skills by listening and working with language, as well as builds their cognitive, social- emotional and fine motor development. *** For Home-School Learners** Please Save Your Work—Make Photos of Projects You can make your own learning portfolio to present to your school for credit.
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
The Art in Nature program™ utilizes materials that are readily accessible in the child’s natural environment as well as materials that are sourced locally. Materials can be sourced in advance from art & craft stores and from natural terrains; such as parks, and neighborhood outings. Parental guidance is suggested to help child find natural materials and supplies before class. A suggested material list will be provided as well as resources to find materials. There will be some lessons that may require parental guidance for the use of scissors, and with using a hole-puncher.
Sylvette Frazier, M.Ed.
Arts & Nature Pedagogist
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
39 total reviews
89 completed classes
Hello! I am Sylvette Frazier, an Arts & Nature Pedagogist, specializing in Early Childhood Education, utilizing the expressive arts and nature as a tool for expression and discovery in learning. I am the owner & creator of Connecting Children to...