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Texes:EC-4 Finearts, Mus, Hea, PE

Domain V: Fine arts, Music, Health, PE


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Suitable art activity for fostering fine-motor development in preschoolers
stringing large colorful beads-not carving or cutting out shapes.
To promote kindergartners' understanding of form and space-
have them make 3-D objects from empty cereal boxes, paper towel rolls, milk cartons, etc.
When teaching first graders about disease and illness, it is most developmentally appropriate to teach them that
the skin helps protect their bodies from germs.
The artistic technique that involves gluing materials such as photographs, text, yarn, fathers, and so forth to a canvas is best known as:
manipulative skill
involves the hands or feet receiving or giving force with a an object- includes throwing, catching, hitting, passing, striking, kicking, dribbling, etc.; helps to develop eye-hand ,eye-foot coordination
Learning a song is best accomplished through
repeated listening, which is always kept interesting by having children respond in a variety of ways as they listen.
musical pattern created by patterns being played or sung together
the grouping in which a succession or beats is organized
Best way to help students develop refusal skills
have them role-play refusal skills in a variety of contexts.
Walking on a balance beam is an example of-
dynamic balance- not static balance.
To develop children's muscular strength
have them do physical activities like jumping, pulling, and climbing, and activities in which they support their own weight on bars and ropes.
refers to surface: rough, smooth, or soft
tint or color
Plaster of Paris
a white powder that forms a paste when mixed with water and hardens into a solid
3 and 4 year children participate in classroom music activities and begin to
sing a variety of simple songs, play simple musical instruments, move rhythmically to music that has various tempos, and recognize the sounds of several common musical instruments.
the area in and around objects in a composition
Before children can skip, they must be able to...
long-duration exercise that relies on the presence of oxygen for the production of energy
esential nutrients
carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water
results when notes are played/sung together
the relative duration of the notes in music (the beat)
used to designate sounds as high or low on a musical scale
The best way to promote positive social skills in physical education
have students play cooperative games in which all students work toward a common goal.
empty calorie foods
foods that provide an excess of calories in relation to nutrients
locomotor skills
used to move the body from place to place, such as walking, running, hopping, jumping, leaping, skipping, climbing, galloping, rolling, and sliding.
applying water color or tempera paint over a crayon drawing.
an object produced or reproduced by pouring plaster into a mold
Early childhood teachers should plan for children to have several nutritious snacks throughout the day mainly because:
children are often unable to eat enough at mealtimes to satisfy their daily food needs.
relates to the maintenance of equilibrium while stationary or moving
jogging and brisk walking are most effective in contributing to...
Cardio-respiratory endurance, the ability of the heart, the blood vessels, and the respiratory system to deliver oxygen efficiently over an extended period of time
printmaking with small everyday objects can be used to demonstrate to young children the art concept of
Mariachi music has influenced Texas musical culture mainly due to
Texas's geographic location
a group of beats with the accent on the first beat; separated on the staff by bar lines
Elements of music:
pitch, rhythm, harmony, dynamics, timbre, texture
slow-duration exercise completed without the aid of oxygen
Teacher's best response to children's creative artwork
ask the child to tell the teacher about it.
static balance
maintaining balance while holding a pose or remaining motionless
In music a rest is-
a pause in the music
To promote students' understanding of musical concepts such as phrasing and dynamics
use activities that involve rhythmic speech and chants (rap music).
time signature
written at the beginning; upper number tells the number of beats in a measure; e.g., 4-4 time mean 4 beats to each measure; quarter notes get 1 beat
dynamic balance
maintaining balance when in motion, starting, and stopping.
A teacher uses a piece of music that has notes that go up and down the scale with the words, "I can sing high, I can sing low" to teach what music concept?
If children are doing tree rubbings, what art element are they learning about?
a song in which all of the voices perform the same melody, beginning at different times.
created through repetitious use of the same element to create an overall design.
painting with wet paint onto wet paint rather than dry; can be used to create shading.
degree of softness and loudness with which music should be performed
an element of art that may be 2-d, 3-d, or implied
a composition made of cut and pasted pieces of different materials, sometimes photographs or drawn images are used.
an element of art that is 3-D, actual or implied, and enclosed volume
equilibrium of various elements in the work of art
the science of food and how the body uses it in health and disease
the characteristic sound of a voice or instrument
Body awareness
being aware of body shape, parts of the body, and the support and transfer of weight. (good activities to promote it- Hokey Pokey, playing hopscotch
a type or category of music
a hollow form that takes the negative shape of the object that is being cast.
The most effective way to prevent infection by food-borne bacteria is through
cooking at a temperature sufficient to kill the bacterial pathogens.
To develop preschoolers awareness of how to use their body parts to produce various movement patterns
have the children practice animal movements and walks.
Swimming is most typically considered a form of:
aerobic exercise.
an element of art that is described as 2-D and which enclosed area
young children should eat the most servings daily from
bread, cereals, rice, and pasta because children need carbohydrates for energy plus fiber and minerals.
elements of art:
line, texture, hue, shape, form, space
walking on the rungs of a ladder the is placed on the ground helps students' development of....
eye-foot coordination.

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