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Re: lessons for pre-k

From: Michal (whest177)
Date: Sun Aug 13 2000 - 19:23:30 PDT

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    When dealing with children that young I have discovered that when introducing
    an artist I have better luck with grasping their interest/comprehension when I
    use illustrators. There are so many illustrators you can get ideas from - Eric
    Carle is one of my favorites. I don't think they fully grasp the idea of
    someone being a "great" artist, cause in they believe they are great (if only
    we could figure out a way to keep that feeling!). But they can relate to
    characters they know and can see.

    christine kotarsky wrote:

    > I will be teaching art to pre-k this year. The class is for 25 minutes. I
    > never had experience with this age and feel I will try things they cant
    > grasp. All the lessons I find seem to be very cutsie. I'd like to do things
    > that have more of an artistic manner. Like introducing artists or art
    > concepts. I dont know why this is such a problem for me I know I shuld just
    > think "small". Any suggestions?
    > Christine
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