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Tailoring the Art Making Process to Meet Your Child's Needs

Tailoring the Art Making Process to Meet Your Child's Needs


Published: Jul. 9, 2024Updated: Jul. 11, 2024

Aragna Ker, Curatorial and Adaptive Design Manager at Momentum emphasizes the importance of providing children with the right tools and setup to create art. The key is to individualize the approach and move away from project-focused, pictorial outcomes. Your child already has the creative energy; it’s about letting them release it.

For more information about art, check out our article: Art in Therapy

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