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  • Creative Developmental Domain
  • - recognize Shapes, colors, and patterns -make sounds like music and dance to rhythm  - draw scribbles
  • Ages 1-2
  • - enough motor skills and observations to draw and represent real world objects. - Master basic shapes and colors - Build with blocks
  • Age 3
  • -Complex art, take ownership of work -Create stories -Act out dramatic scenes
  • Age 4-5
  • It is important for a teacher to be creative because it draws a connection between the teacher and student. A student is more likely to listen to a teacher who is fun  and exciting, rather than a boring one.  It keeps the students focused. A teacher should help students be creative because it is a great skill to have moving on further in life.
  • Why is it important for a teacher to be creative and help students further develop their creativity?
  • -Present lessons in a different manner or format each time. This will keep students egar to approach a new lesson.
  • - Make the classroom vibrant and inviting. The fun environment gives the student something to look forward to when coming to school.
  • - Use VISUALS. Text is boring and uninviting.
  • Teacher tips for developing a students creativity
  • -Do a lot of hands on activities. Keep the students active and involved to keep a positive attitude toward their work.
  • Doing things as such, will likely encourage students to be more creative in their future. They will come to realize that through the use of creativity, tasks at hand will be easier to handle.    
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