The influence of artistic techniques on the development of manual skills in a six year old child


manual skills
child development
technical dialogue
technical education


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Hojnor, A. (2024) “The influence of artistic techniques on the development of manual skills in a six year old child”, Scientific Journal of Bielsko-Biala School of Finance and Law. Bielsko-Biała, PL, 28(1), pp. 118–123. doi: 10.19192.wsfip.sj1.2024.17.


Art education plays an important role in developing and shaping the child's sensitivity to the beauty of shapes and colors in the surrounding reality, which he learns through his senses, primarily sight and touch. Through approaching works of plastic art, the child also develops his artistic taste artistic taste. At the same time, art education stimulates and develops the ability to express a personal attitude towards reality through elements such as line, stain, color and shape. It is safe to say that through the study and practice in the field of fine arts, the child develops mental activity, stimulates creative initiative, activates imagination and shapes his personality personality . In addition, it influences the broadening of mental horizons and awakens the need for direct contact with art, which can have a significant impact on the development of the child's general knowledge and skills. Art education is therefore an important element in building the comprehensive development of the individual.


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