\”Children are all artists.\” This is a heartfelt sigh from an art educator about children\’s art works. What is undisputed is that because there are not many restrictions, children can express their own ideas in their own works of art in the most original way. Taking painting as an example, they paint what they think and what they see. Generally speaking, painting has no purpose, but is an expression of emotion, an extension of language, and a unique understanding of the world. There is a common phenomenon in reality. Parents can often accept and approve their children\’s graffiti. Even if they cannot understand the works at all, they will recognize them as drawings and be pleased with their children\’s innocent expressions. However, as children grow up day by day, people often begin to evaluate children\’s paintings \”works\” with an adult\’s perspective. They often only look at whether the pictures are beautiful and whether the images are accurate, and do not pay too much attention to the children\’s paintings. the idea to be expressed. In fact, such an approach can only stifle children\’s imagination. Parents should understand that painting is just a form, and its purpose is to train children to imagine, express, and gain the ability to create. Ignoring the cultivation of children\’s creativity is actually a common phenomenon among most parents, and even our education system is lacking in this aspect. In education, many parents attach great importance to letting their children follow the same pattern, follow the rules, and memorize ready-made knowledge, instead of encouraging their children to use their own hands and brains to create. Some parents even constantly correct their children when they try to create. Let children interpret the world according to adults\’ ideas. In fact, this kind of criticism will only make children feel inferior and think that everything they think is wrong, and they will slowly become unwilling to expand their thinking and create anything. In response to this phenomenon, many \”bad\” parents strongly disagreed and began to clearly point out that children should be supported to express their individuality and creativity. When evaluating children\’s artistic expressions and works, children\’s unique aesthetic feelings and expressions should be accepted and affirmed, children\’s desire for expression and self-confidence should be stimulated and protected, and children\’s artistic works should be avoided from being denied, restricted or interfered with. \”Bad\” parents understand very well that although their children are young, they still have their own ideas and knowledge and understanding of everything in the world. Sometimes children\’s fragile hearts need more respect than our adults. No matter whether the child\’s creation is good or not, it is the best and most beautiful in his heart, because it was created by his own hands and embodies his interest, enthusiasm and creation. The child hopes that everyone will pay attention to his works, appreciate and praise his works. Therefore, \”bad\” parents will cherish and pay attention to their children\’s works, and give praise and encouragement to their children. For example, for children who love to draw, parents can even organize a small \”painting exhibition\” for their children to display their children\’s works. Place it in a conspicuous place at home and let your children explain the content of their works to every visitor… Parents, please remember that sometimes even a simple sentence of encouragement will make your children very concerned and happy, making them more confident. Once children proudly display their masterpieces to their parents, how do they store them? whenAs their works, especially artistic works, increase day by day, what kind of thoughtful \”bad tricks\” do \”bad\” parents come up with? In fact, this is indeed a very practical problem. Here, you might as well refer to the following suggestions: First, you can discuss with your children to keep only the best works. Rather than letting your child keep every piece of work he creates, it is better to have a good talk with him and establish a basic rule for keeping works, and let him choose 1 or 2 of his favorite works to keep every once in a while. By the end of the year, the \”best\” works he has retained will not be so many that they cause storage trouble. This will not only not hurt the children\’s desire to protect their works, but also help improve the children\’s ability to identify works. Parents can also You can regularly display and exhibit your children\’s works to make them more proud of their excellent works. Second, parents can also take photos as souvenirs to permanently preserve the works for their children. Organizing and collecting each piece of work is a tedious task. Instead of letting them take up too much space in your home, it is better to take photos of them, collect them in a scrapbook, and add some notes and records to each photo. . In this way, even if some works are lost or abandoned due to space factors, the children will still have a beautiful memory and can take it out to watch and recall at any time. Third, children must develop good storage habits, especially for their own works and creative tools. If your child does a lot of art at home, he probably has a lot of crayons, watercolors, or other art-making materials, and these tools need a unified place to store them, such as putting them all in a portable box. In addition, before putting these materials into the box, it is also best to categorize them and organize them into different bags. This not only makes each tool neat and orderly, but more importantly, keeps them organized. Can be easily found when needed. Fourth, parents must leave space for their children on the walls of their homes and hang their children’s good works. Parents can also prepare a special blackboard or bulletin board for their children\’s works. In this way, the child can not only display his beloved works in his bedroom, but also compare and observe his own works at all times, which will also help the child\’s progress. can play a very important role. Fifth, children’s creations can actually be regarded as the best gifts. I wonder if parents have noticed that in today’s materially rich era, real handmade products are becoming more and more precious, let alone works created with care by children? In fact, children\’s works of art are the best gifts for relatives and friends. Instead of buying gifts for your family members just for your children, encourage them to give their creations as a special gift to those special people. This will be the best recognition and encouragement for your children. Set up a display stand at home and put all the children\’s works there, so that the children have space to display their works. When guests come to the home, \”bad\” parents will deliberately take the guests to visit their children\’s exhibitions and ask their children to explain their proud works.and demonstrations, so that children\’s creative enthusiasm will be greatly improved.