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Children's Art Developmental Progress

Age 2 to 4/

Scribbling stage

  • Holds pencil in preferred hand, with improved tripod grasp

  • Matches 3-4 colours correctly

  • Recognises minute details in picture books

  • Enjoys simple familiar stories read from picture book

Chalkboard Drawings

Age 4 to 7/

Pre-schematic stage

  • Colors become more realistic and stereotypical 

  • Often create stories to go along with their drawings

  • Skyline and ground lines start to show

Painting Stones

Age 7 to 9/

Schematic stage

  • Drawings become far more detailed

  • Colors are reflected as they appear in nature

  • They may become very frustrated if they are unable to create a realistic picture.

  • This is the time when children may express “I can’t draw.”

Still Life Painting Artwork

Age 9 to 11/

Dawning realism stage

  • Becomes aware of a lack of ability to show objects the way they appear in the surrounding environment

  • Objects no longer stand on a base line

  • Three dimensional effects are achieved along with shading and use of subtle color combinations

  • The human is shown as girl, boy, woman, man clearly defined with a feeling for details often resulting in a "stiffness" of representation

Sketching a Dress

學生會在每堂課先閱讀一本英文故事書,透過閱讀增加小朋友的詞彙量、理解能力、同理心甚至培養閱讀的良好習慣,然後再根據書中的內容或其對故事的感受創作,種類由繪畫至立體作品不等,視乎小朋友所用的物料或能力 。 



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