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Title: Scribbling as a Manifestation of Children Creativity
Authors: Widiastuti, Ajeng Ayu
Keywords: children's creativity;scribbles;children's intellectual
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Program Studi PG PAUG Jurusan Pedagogik Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Abstract: Creativity is recognized as a key factor of knowledge development and an actualization of thought into the original and concrete action. Therefore, creativity is an important skill which is must to be built and developed since childhood. How to build and develop creativity can be started from scribbles. These activities can provide a picture of the relationship between children's motor and intellectual development. Scribble is a meaningful symbol like letters, words, pictures or paintings. The children's scribble activity need to be encouraged, nurtured and rewarded as a valuable work. Unfortunately, parents are often unaware of the matter, they are prohibits even scold the child if they find the children do such activities as undisciplined behavior and littering the house. Therefore, parents need to understand that scribble is an important activity to develop children creativity. This article aims to provide an understanding of creativity, the importance of developing a children creativity through scribbles, awakened aspect of children's scribble, and how to direct the children to develop their creativity through the right media
Description: Proceedings Negotiating Practices of Early Childhood Education : The 2014 International Conference of Early Childhood Education, p. 584-590
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/6775
ISBN: 9786029963519
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