Open-ended art for young children /
Tracy Galuski, PhD, Mary Ellen Bardsley, PhD.
First edition.
St. Paul, MN : Redleaf Press, [2018]
xii, 154 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
1605545988, 9781605545981 (pbk.)
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St. Paul, MN : Redleaf Press, [2018]
9781605545981 (pbk.)
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Introduction -- Planning the environment. Getting started: what is art? -- Planning for art: aren't we supposed to make projects related to our theme? -- Learning outcomes: they're not artists; do I need a plan? -- Getting families on board: why aren't you sending home any work? -- Art and child development. Infants: how can I find time for art in the infant classroom? -- Toddlers: do messy toddlers really need free access to materials? -- Preschoolers: what does art look like in the preschool classroom? -- School-age programs: what does art look like in an after-school program? -- Sensory activities and children with special needs: what do i need to consider? -- Finding new and different techniques. Strategies and techniques: where do I find something new and different to use in the classroom? -- Art materials: how can we stretch our dollars? -- Art appreciation: i don't know much about different artists, so how do I teach children to appreciate art? -- What's next?: now that I see art differently, where do I find new ideas? -- Recommended children's books and resources -- References -- Index.
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