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So glad you mentioned Clare Cherry and her book "Creative Art for the Developing
Child." This book has always been one of my favorites. It it so full of
wonderful ideas. I especially liked her "Art Party" ideas and have done them in
the classroom as well as for part of family involvement activities.
Judy Potter, Art Adaptation Specialist
The Expressive Arts Outreach Project
Western Illinois University
Subject: kinder teaching - resources
From: "Melissa Enderle" <melissae> at Internet
Date: 8/25/99 8:18 PM
Also check out the book by Clare Cherry. I think it's titled "Creative Art
For The Developing Child." Other books that I use are "I can make a
Rainbow", "Dribble Drabble" (for my early childhood/special ed.
populations), "Little Hands Art" and "Mudworks."
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> This is my first year teaching in the lower school (K-3). I have worked
> in depth with 1st through 3rd grade through thematic approaches, but not
> as much with Kindergarten and Pre-First. I have done research on four and
> five year olds, but know it will be much different when I actually work
> with them. If anyone has curriculum ideas, resources I could use, or
> lesson ideas I would greatly appreciate it!