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Re: Re: Coloring Books

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ttipton.tz
Fri, 4 Jan 1980 00:23:08 +0300


I may not choose to use coloring books in art class but there is
value in them for some people. The whole Monart method using tracing
shapes and forms as a way to increase drawing skills. We trace
letters and numbers to learn them. We copy words to learn their
meaning. Coloring books do the same thing. Use is not the same as
misuse. Some kids enjoy them. Let them. You don't have to like it to
allow other people to have their own preference without knocking
their opinion.

Regards,
Teresa Tipton

Date: Fri, 9 Jan 1998 22:08:19 -0700 (MST)
To: artsednet.edu
From: dngart (Deborah Gilbert)
Subject: Re: Re: Coloring Books

>Coloring books do not " stifle" a childs mind. Creativity and imagination
>are used in deciding what colors to choose, and staying within the lines
>is also good hand ,to eye coordination for children learning to write

This is a joke, right?

Deborah