Elementary School

Art Therapy for Children, Part II: Art Therapy in Practice

As explained in part one of this series, art therapy is a great way to help children deal with intense emotional experience. In a formal art therapy session, the therapist will ask the child to perform a given exercise. Sometimes this will be free drawing about their day, while at other times the tasks will..

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Helping Improve Motor Skills in Elementary School Children

February 23, 2014 | posted in: Elementary School, Motor Skills | by

Understanding appropriate developmental physical activity during middle childhood begins with examining the tasks and challenges of this particular period of life. Freud described this phase as a time of latency, meaning that energy is not solely focused on the development of the psyche, but rather a child can turn outward and start to form a..

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