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New York : Harper & Row, ©1985
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|Description:||xi, 308 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 x 26 cm|
|Contents:||Emphasis art's aim is to provide elementary school teachers with qualitative, yet realistic art education guidelines and objectives, with imaginative art teaching strategies. The child and his environment. The teacher's role in the teaching of art in the elementary school. Teaching strategies. Avenues to motivation and inspiration for the child's art expression. Continuity in art : ages five, six, seven / grades one and two; ages seven, eight, nine / grades three and four; ages nine, ten and eleven / grades five and six. . Art for children with special needs. Avenues to art appreciation. A recommended art program in action. drawing. Drawing the figure or portrait. Drawing the landscape. Drawing the still life. Drawing animals. Painting with watercolors and tempera. Tempera resist. Mural making. Collage. Mosaics. Printmaking with found objects. Glue line-reliefs prints. Collographs. Linoleum prints. Aluminum-foil reliefs. Crayon. Crayon resist. Crayon encaustic. Crayon engraving. Oil pastel. Oil pastel resist. Clay and plaster reliefs. Sculpture. Box sculpture. Construction in space. Masks. Fundamental art concepts. The child : his characteristics. How children grow in art. Art materials. Facilities for art. Art education in the United States : a century of progress, 1870-1970.|