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Re: Looking for primary school software

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From: Donald C. Arcement (arcement_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Jul 15 2002 - 18:56:07 PDT


Rick, I have to tell ya' that I have several Tomie de Paolo children's books
and I love them all. Several of them relate to drawing, painting and color.
He is my favorite "Kiddy" book author and artist!
Idus

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From: Rick <rlarson@tls.net>
To: ArtsEdNet Talk <artsednet@lists.getty.edu>
Sent: Monday, July 15, 2002 7:56 AM
Subject: Re: Looking for primary school software

> Hi Barbara, I have used Tomie de Paolo.s CD Rom about is wanting to be an
> artist.
> My mind is going blank on the title right now. It is a story, but there
are
> places where the students can do their own creating using computer chalk,
> etc. Also I got one from Disney that has more tools to use. I found both
of
> these at TJ Maxx
> cheap! I also purchased a castle creator, but it doesn't work on my
student
> computer- except as a S...l...o...w...program, making it too frustrating
to
> use. I'm not sure if this is what you meant. The other idea would be to
> create web quests for them, if you get a chance. Then you can have in it
> whatever you want them to learn. You might search for appropriate
webquests
> on Bernie Dodges sites, or type in elementary art webquests into google
and
> see what comes up.
> Betsy
> PS, there are some other sites too, that I just thought of- here is one
that
> might be useable for you.
>
>
> http://www.kaboose.com/cgi-bin/games.pl?gc=painting
>
>
>
> Artgotch@aol.com wrote:
>
> > I have been asked to (tutor)instruct the use of the computer for several
> > children that will begin first grade in the fall. Since most of my art
> > teaching experience is in the middle school, can anyone recommend
software
> > s
>
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