NHCS- Annual Art Exhibition-Independence Mall-April 23-30










"Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once one grows up."
Pablo Picasso
 

 
 

North Carolina Standard Course of Study for Visual Art

The standard course of study in visual arts is based on the conviction that the acquisition of knowledge and attainment of depth in understanding is based on a sequential introduction of materials, skills, concepts and information that must be repeated and broadened as the child grows in maturity and learns from the experience. Therefore, subject matter introduced in kindergarten will be reinforced at each succeeding grade and augmented by the introduction of new information, concepts and processes. For example, sensory exploration of materials is critical for the kindergarten child. It is equally important for the fifth grader, but they also have other appropriate modes of learning. (NC Department of Public Instruction)

 

 

 



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