Children and Their Art Book

Children and Their Art


  • Author : Al Hurwitz
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2012-05
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 432
  • ISBN 10 : 1111341982

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Children and Their Art Excerpt :

May be purchased by art teachers and school principals.

Children and Their Art Book

Children and Their Art


  • Author : Al Hurwitz
  • Publisher : Wadsworth Publishing Company
  • Release Date : 2007
  • Genre: Art
  • Pages : 438
  • ISBN 10 : 0495189308

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Children and Their Art Excerpt :

CHILDREN AND THEIR ART presents a professional approach to teaching art consistent with national standards for student learning. The authors are experienced as art teachers in the public schools and have a broad knowledge about school art programs. The Eighth Edition provides an easy to use combination of theory, research, and practical knowledge about teaching art.

The Art Book for Children Book
Score: 5
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The Art Book for Children


  • Author : Amanda Renshaw
  • Publisher : Phaidon Incorporated Limited
  • Release Date : 2007
  • Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
  • Pages : 80
  • ISBN 10 : 0714847054

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The Art Book for Children Excerpt :

Following the international success of The Art Book for Children (Book One), this second volume features a fresh variety of paintings, sculptures and photographs by artists from the Renaissance to the present day, offering a perfect introduction to art for children everywhere. Thirty new artists, from Dürer to Hockney, appear in this book, with work specially selected to encourage children to learn and interact with art - inviting them to ask questions about why artists do what they do. With interactive features and intriguing topics for discussion, both volumes of The Art Book for Children are great fun for young readers, ideal tools for educators and parents, and perfect introductions for those approaching art for the first time.

Artist to Artist Book
Score: 4
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Artist to Artist


  • Author : Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
  • Publisher : Philomel
  • Release Date : 2007
  • Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
  • Pages : 80
  • ISBN 10 : UOM:39015074054381

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Artist to Artist Excerpt :

Twenty-three illustrators of children's literature discuss their lives, inspirations, and creative backgrounds and present photographs of themselves and their work spaces along with examples of their illustrations.

Children Book

Children


  • Author : Lucy Micklethwait
  • Publisher : Frances Lincoln
  • Release Date : 2006
  • Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
  • Pages : 24
  • ISBN 10 : 1845071166

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Children Excerpt :

Presents eighteen paintings of children's daily activities by a variety of artists along with simple words used to describe them, including a painting of boys eating by Murillo and of a girl sleeping by Millais.

The Way They SEE It Book

The Way They SEE It


  • Author : Brenda Ellis
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2008-02-01
  • Genre: Child artists
  • Pages : 54
  • ISBN 10 : 098159820X

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Children Draw Book

Children Draw


  • Author : Marilyn JS Goodman
  • Publisher : Reaktion Books
  • Release Date : 2020-09-17
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 160
  • ISBN 10 : 9781789140163

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Children Draw Excerpt :

Children Draw is a concise, richly illustrated book, aimed at parents, teachers, and caretakers, that explores why children draw and the meaning and value of drawing for youngsters—from toddlers aged two to pre-adolescents aged twelve. Informed by psychology and practical teaching with children, it guides readers through the progressive stages and characteristics of drawing development as children grow and change mentally, physically, socially, emotionally, and creatively. It offers parents tips about encouraging children to express their ideas visually, age-appropriate art materials, workspaces, and different media, as well as suggestions for making an art museum visit more meaningful—not to mention more fun—for both parents and kids. Packed with many delightful examples of children’s art, Children Draw is an essential book for parents interested in their child’s art activities.

Art and Creative Development for Young Children Book
Score: 1
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Art and Creative Development for Young Children


  • Author : Jill Englebright Fox
  • Publisher : Wadsworth Publishing Company
  • Release Date : 2011-01-01
  • Genre: Art
  • Pages : 355
  • ISBN 10 : 1111350310

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Art and Creative Development for Young Children Excerpt :

ART AND CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT FOR YOUNG CHILDREN, International Edition, is a comprehensive, must-have resource for establishing and implementing a developmentally appropriate art program. Written for pre-service and in-service early childhood professionals in child care, preschool, or kindergarten through third grade settings, the text takes a child-centered approach to art education. The book blends theory and research with practical applications as it discusses important topics and issues related to creative experience, including art and the developing child, special needs and diversity, and children’s artistic development. Also discussed are planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating art along with strategies for integrating art across the curriculum. The updated Seventh Edition gives greater emphasis to communication with families, and includes such new topics as digital camerawork and the use of recycled materials in art.

Cassatt Book

Cassatt


  • Author : Judith A. Barter
  • Publisher : Chronicle Books
  • Release Date : 2019-10-01
  • Genre: Art
  • Pages : 121
  • ISBN 10 : 9781452169071

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Cassatt Excerpt :

Mary Cassatt's tender and profound paintings redefined portraiture and broke down barriers for women in art—both as artists and as subjects. This collection focuses on Cassatt's insightful portrayal of women and children living their everyday lives. Fifty magnificent images cover the scope of Cassatt's work, from her early interest in Japanese woodblocks all the way to her exploration of Modernist techniques. Two essays contextualize her as a pioneering female artist and as the American face of Impressionist painting. This is a luminous, robust, and timely celebration of an artist with a unique legacy. A luxurious textured case makes the book a meaningful gift for mothers, feminists, and art lovers.

Art for Children Experiencing Psychological Trauma Book

Art for Children Experiencing Psychological Trauma


  • Author : Adrienne D. Hunter
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2018-04-17
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 300
  • ISBN 10 : 9781315301334

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Art for Children Experiencing Psychological Trauma Excerpt :

Art for Children Experiencing Psychological Trauma aims to increase understanding of art’s potential to enhance learning for children living in crisis. In this ground-breaking resource, the first of its kind to focus specifically on the connection between art education and psychological trauma in youth populations, readers can find resources and practical strategies for both teachers and other school-based professionals. Also included are successful models of art education for diverse populations, with specific attention to youth who face emotional, mental, behavioral, and physical challenges, as well a framework for meaningful visual arts education for at-risk/in-crisis populations.

Art Workshop for Children Book
Score: 5
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Art Workshop for Children


  • Author : Barbara Rucci
  • Publisher : Quarry Books
  • Release Date : 2016-11-01
  • Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
  • Pages : 176
  • ISBN 10 : 9781631593253

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Art Workshop for Children Excerpt :

Art Workshop for Children is not just another book of straightforward art projects. The book's unique child-led approach provides a framework for cultivating creative thinking and encourages the wonder that comes when children are allowed to freely explore the creative process and their materials. As children work through these open-ended workshops, adults are guided on how to be facilitators who provide questions, encourage deep thinking, and help spark an excitement for discovery. Children explore basic materials and workshops that use minimal supplies, and then gradually add new materials to fill the art cabinets as well as new skills and more complex workshops. Most workshops are suitable to preschool-aged children, and each contains ideas for explorations and new twists to engage older or more experienced artists. Interspersed throughout are sidebar essays that introduce perspectives on mess-making, imperfection, the role of adult, collaborative art, and thoughts on the Reggio Emilia method, a self-guided teaching philosophy. These pieces underscore the value of art-making with children, and support the parent/teacher/care-giver on how to successfully lead, question, and navigate their children through the workshops to result in the fullest experiences.

The Art of Teaching Children Book

The Art of Teaching Children


  • Author : Phillip Done
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release Date : 2022-07-26
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 464
  • ISBN 10 : 9781982165680

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The Art of Teaching Children Excerpt :

An essential guide for teachers and parents that’s destined to become a classic, The Art of Teaching Children is one of those rare and masterful books that not only defines a craft but offers a magical reading experience. After more than thirty years in the classroom, award-winning teacher Phil Done decided that it was time to retire. His days of teaching schoolchildren may have come to an end, but a teacher’s job is never truly done, and he set out to write the greatest lesson of his career: a book for educators and parents that would pass along everything he learned about working with kids. The result is this delightful and insightful teaching bible, The Art of Teaching Children. From the first-day-of-school jitters to the last day’s tears, Done writes about the teacher’s craft, classrooms and curriculums, the challenges of the profession, and the reason all teachers do it—the children. Drawing upon decades of experience, Done shares sound guidance, time-tested tips, and sage advice: Real learning is messy, not linear. Greeting kids in the morning as they enter the classroom is one of the most important parts of the school day. If a student is having trouble, look at what you can do differently before pointing the finger at the child. Ask yourself: Would I want to be a student in my class? When children watch you, they are learning how to be people, and one of the most important things we can do for our students is to model the kind of people we would like them to be. Done tackles topics you won’t find in any other teaching book, including Back to School Night nerves, teacher pride, lessons that bomb, the Sunday Blues, Pinterest envy, teacher guilt, and the things they never warn you about in “teacher school” but should, like how to survive lunch supervision, recess duty, and field trips. Done also addresses some of the most important issues schools face today: bullying, excessive screen time, unsupportive administrators, the system’s obsession w

The Art of Talking with Children Book

The Art of Talking with Children


  • Author : Rebecca Rolland
  • Publisher : HarperCollins
  • Release Date : 2022-03-01
  • Genre: Family & Relationships
  • Pages : 496
  • ISBN 10 : 9780062938916

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The Art of Talking with Children Excerpt :

From a Harvard faculty member and oral language specialist, an invaluable guide that gives readers evidence-based tools and techniques to communicate more effectively with children in ways that let them foster relationships with less conflict and more joy and kindness. Science has shown that the best way to help our kids become independent, confident, kind, empathetic, and happy is by talking with them. Yet, so often, parents, educators, and caregivers have trouble communicating with kids. Conversations can feel trivial or strained—or worse, are marked by constant conflict. In The Art of Talking with Children, Rebecca Rolland, a Harvard faculty member, speech pathologist, and mother, arms adults with practical tools to help them have productive and meaningful conversations with children of all ages—whether it’s engaging an obstinate toddler or getting the most monosyllabic adolescent to open up. The Art of Talking with Children shows us how quality communication—or rich talk—can help us build the skills and capacities children need to thrive.

How to Teach Art to Children Book
Score: 4.5
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How to Teach Art to Children


  • Author : Joy Evans
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2005
  • Genre: Art
  • Pages : 128
  • ISBN 10 : 0439965241

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How to Teach Art to Children Excerpt :

Create a wow factor in your classroom with fantastic displays of children's art. * Cover all aspects of the art and design curriculum. * See how it's done with colour photos of children's work. * A range of ideas that fit into any time slot. * Save time with clear, simple, concise instructions. * Ideal for the non-artist with templates and patterns to photocopy.

Teaching to Support Children s Artistic Independence Book

Teaching to Support Children s Artistic Independence


  • Author : George Szekely
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2021-12-29
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 232
  • ISBN 10 : 9781000535822

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Teaching to Support Children s Artistic Independence Excerpt :

This engagingly written, research- and practice-based book defines how art teachers can build on students’ creative initiatives without depending on adult-imposed lesson plans and school requirements. In doing so, art educator and author George Szekely explores the role of the arts in developing children’s creativity and sense of purpose, and reminds readers that students in the art classroom are unique artists, designers, and innovators. Against the backdrop of a school culture that over-emphasizes compliance and standardization, Szekely recognizes the importance of the role of the art teacher in supporting the artistic independence and creative flare that occurs naturally in students of all ages in the classroom. Providing real-life examples of classrooms and schools that work towards championing child artists, this text arms teachers with the skills necessary to listen to their students and support them in presenting their ideas in class. Ultimately, Szekely challenges readers to focus the practice of art teaching on the student’s creative process, rather than the teacher’s presentation of art. Written for pre-service and in-service art educators, teacher educators, and researchers, Teaching to Support Children’s Creativity and Artistic Independence demonstrates that an openness to youthful and inquisitive visual expression inspires a more rewarding learning experience for both teacher and child artists that can support a life-long love of art.