|Author||: Mona Brookes|
|Release Date||: 1986|
|Pages||: 211 pages|
|Rating||: 4/5 from 21 reviews|
This book provides teachers and librarians a way to integrate art into the content area curriculum using the Monart Drawing method. Teachers and librarians do not need to have art training to use this method to teach students how to draw to express themselves.
by Mona Brookes
This book provides teachers and librarians a way to integrate art into the content area curriculum using the Monart Drawing method. Teachers and librarians do not need to have art training to use this method to teach students how to draw to express themselves.GET BOOK!
by Mona Brookes
Designed to teach the basics of drawing to children and adults, this interactive handbook contains work sheets and sample illustrations to help students develop their individual style, use color effectively, and create unified compositionsGET BOOK!
by Cathy A. Malchiodi
This practical resource demonstrates how all clinicians can broaden and enhance their work with children by integrating drawing into therapy. The book enables therapists to address the multidimensional aspects of children's art without resorting to simplistic explanations. Approaching drawing as a springboard for communication and change, Malchiodi offers a wealth of guidelines for understanding the intricate messages embedded in children's drawings and in the art-making process itself. Topics covered include how to assist children in making art, what questions toGET BOOK!
by Susan J Andrews Publisher
Drawing with children: is a unique preschool series based on increasing latent mental power at an age when brain development is in full swing. The series uses activities (Drawing, Coloring, Tracing, and other activity) to introduce concepts and reinforce learning. By focusing on the development of inherent skills and learning by doing, the series lays the foundation for learning and development. This book is perfect for kids 9-12 +, but kids age 6-8 with a high interest in art will beGET BOOK!
by Marilyn JS Goodman
Aimed at parents and caregivers, this book explores the meaning and value of drawing for youngsters, from toddlers aged two to preadolescents aged twelve. Informed by psychology and practical teaching with children, it guides readers through the progressive stages and characteristics of drawing development as children change mentally, physically, socially, emotionally, and creatively. It offers tips to encourage children to express their ideas visually and recommends age-appropriate art materials, workspaces, and different media. It also gives suggestions for making aGET BOOK!
by Angela Lord
Creative form drawing helps children develop hand to eye co-ordination, spatial orientation, observation skills, attention, confident movement, drawing skills and the foundation skills for handwriting. Originally developed by Rudolf Steiner, creative form drawing is used widely in Steiner and Waldorf Schools to enable healthy child development and learning. Form drawing can also be used for helping transform learning difficulties. This books covers the why, what and how of creative form drawing, providing a comprehensive, practical resource for teachers of childrenGET BOOK!
by Julia Kellman
The early, spontaneous art of young artists with autism tells a story, a narrative described in the language of visual structure and forms. Not only do these artists inform us of their world in their images, they tell us of our own visual possibilities and meaning-making capacities, too.GET BOOK!
by Richard P. Jolley
CHILD & DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY. When children draw, what are they trying to convey? What do they see in their own work and what can we learn from it? Richard Jolley critiques the most recent studies conducted in the field, lending insight and perspective to art's roll in understanding child development. Addressing the traditional theories of drawing development, Jolley examines the key concepts of understanding and production, regarding pictures as representations, and relates this idea to children's concept of representation as aGET BOOK!
by Genevieve Vaughan-Jackson
Young artists can now learn all the fundamentals of art, including basic shapes, proportion, perspective, shading and movement in drawings with this easy-to-read instructional. With over 350 illustrations, Sketching and Drawing for Children starts out with simple objects, then moves on to progressively more difficult and complex pictures and scenes.GET BOOK!
by United States Press
The kids coloring book is for girls and boys to draw the picture at home, school. This can useful for school as extra activities for children and kids. This is designed by United States Press. This is the original product of United States Press. Kids can put colors in the picture which is in the book. Here is some sample for children.GET BOOK!
by Suzy Makó
Teach your children how to draw animals step by step. Each animal just only in 6 levels. With these children e-book, you should learn your kids' an easy way to draw several animals. For example, you can find here a guide for children, how to draw a dog or how to draw cute and sweet jaguar or cat, cow, donkey, bee and much more. Your children will love it, and you will improve the creativity of your kids. Color each pictureGET BOOK!
by Jean Van't Hul
Bring out your child’s creativity and imagination with more than 60 artful activities in this completely revised and updated edition Art making is a wonderful way for young children to tap into their imagination, deepen their creativity, and explore new materials, all while strengthening their fine motor skills and developing self-confidence. The Artful Parent has all the tools and information you need to encourage creative activities for ages one to eight. From setting up a studio space in your homeGET BOOK!
Anyone can learn how to draw with this simple step-by-step guide! The book begins with instructions for drawing basic shapes and an introduction to color before jumping into projects featuring a variety of subjects. Full color. 8 1/2 x 11.GET BOOK!
by Angela Lord
A step-by-step guide with form drawing exercises for the four temperaments, which have a harmonizing, transformative and strengthening effect on child development. Creative form drawing helps children develop hand to eye coordination, spatial orientation, observation skills, attention, confident movement, drawing skills and the foundation skills for handwriting. Originally developed by Rudolf Steiner, creative form drawing is used widely in Steiner and Waldorf Schools to enable healthy child development and learning. This books covers the why, what and how of creativeGET BOOK!
by Sarah Richardson
Presented in the style of a creative journey, a drawing primer for aspiring young artists transitions from elementary scribbling exercises to explanations about tone, line, shape, texture and pattern before introducing principles of drawing subjects and understanding perspective. Original.GET BOOK!