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Time to Create by Christie Burnett

Art experiences provide for a child’s development well beyond learning the names of colours or how to draw with a pencil. Well chosen art experiences provide for a child’s learning and development in so many ways – developing academic, language, social, emotional and physical skills.

Available now, Time to Create: Hands-On Explorations in Process Art for Young Children offers easy, accessible art activity ideas for families and educators to explore with young children. With an emphasis on process over product, each activity encourages discovery through a variety of art media, with sections dedicated to exploring;

  • Drawing
  • Painting
  • Printmaking
  • Collage
  • Sculpture
  • Textiles
  • Digital Photography, and
  • Natural Materials.

As well as ideas for making art, each section includes information for adults supporting children’s learning as they create, and tools for seeing and talking with children about art.

Time to Create by Christie Burnett

Packed with everyday opportunities for children to learn as they create and discover, plan and test ideas, wonder and explore the world around them, Time to Create also includes tips for fostering creativity, advice for choosing the right art project, suggestions for minimising the mess, ideas for making space to create and for choosing and organising art materials.

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Praise for Time to Create

“As the author of 20+ books about process art for kids, I feel tremendously excited to recommend Christie Burnett’s new book, Time to Create. Christie has captured process art with page after page of bright informative photos of kids in art action; and she shares easy instructions and tips for success in this book full of quality process art activities. I’ve always enjoyed Christie’s blog and now I can easily keep her great ideas at my fingertips. In one word? ARTSYWOW!”

MaryAnn F. Kohl, www.brightring.com