Research on the Application of Red Culture in the Art Teaching Activities of Kindergartens: Taking Jiangxi Bayi Child Care Center as an Example

Chun SU, Jiamin CHEN


Red culture is a unique cultural resource in China. It contains rich material carriers and spiritual wealth. It is worth learning and inheriting for every Chinese. Exploiting and tapping the educational value of red culture in kindergarten art teaching activities can not only fully develop and utilize local characteristic cultural resources, but also integrate red culture into children’s art classrooms, so that art activities can be innovatively developed in the new era.


Red culture; Kindergarten; Art teaching activities

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Zhang, J. (2018). Research on the improvement of the soft power of Jiangxi red culture. Jiangxi University of Science and Technology.



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