Judy, please consider a few things - it's the end of the year - answers here are low priority. Also, think of how many folks teach those little tiny guys. I'd be willing to bet it would be an excellent book for the teacher that has no art/music/drama/dance specials.
From: Judith Decker [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, May 17, 2004 5:52 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: The ULTIMATE Kindergarten Book - by Pam Stephens
Thanks Sandy and Jan,
I thought the working title would be a dead give-away
that the author would be Pam Stephens...and I would
help provide ideas if needed (as a silent
contributor). I guess I should have posted her name in
the first place - maybe more would have "jumped in".
Her books are all best sellers.
I am surprised that only four people are interested so
far....that is hardly enough to consider all of the
work this book would involve. If you missed the
description of this book and want it now - I will send
it to you off list.
If I were teaching younger students - I know I would
want it (grin). Interdisciplinary - PLUS Comprehensive
Arts - meets all National Standards and "leaves no
child behind" -- ALL learning styles.
Maybe some year the world of art educators will be
ready for such a book. I sure thought it was a good
idea. It is just what those antsy kinders need -
especially those of you who get them at the end of a
long full day of school.