Thanks Deborah for the great information. I knew about Scholastics, but I
didn't know they offered materials for upper elementary. I will check into it.
I didn't anything about the other company.
These will be great resources for my students and I will definately pass it
along to my students. They have some terrific resource boxes and this would
fit in nicely with their collections.
Dr. Diane C. Gregory
Director, Undergraduate & Graduate
Studies in Art Education
Texas Woman's University
Denton, TX 76204
Quoting Deborah Kaye <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Hi Stacie and all,
> Since we have so many new members, I decided to post this to the list.
> Scholastic Art Magazine is geared for grades 7 and up - but they now
> have an elementary teacher's edition for using with grades 4 through
> When my school would no longer purchase these for my middle school
> students, I bought ten subscriptions myself. I found them to be a
> valuable resource. They were also good for substitute lessons when I
> didn't want the students doing their hands on project.
> See the sample issue on the site (for Piet Mondrian) along with teacher's
> You can order a free sample through the web site - or order toll free
> Another source that many like to use is ARTaFacts Magazine
> You might want to order a class set for elementary - then order the
> secondary issue as reference for yourself (since you teach
> elementary). You may also order a free sample to review. These come
> out five times a school year - and are a bit more economical for a
> classroom set.
> My personal preference is Scholastic Art (for middle school) since you
> also get a nice size poster to laminate (I think I paid between $75 to
> $80 for ten issues). Look at the artists they are offering next year
> and see if they interest you.
> Diane - if you are reading. You might want to get copies of these for
> your pre-service teachers to evaluate.
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