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Lesson Plans


Re: recommended time for kinders

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Dianna (dmammone)
Fri, 9 Oct 1998 20:07:21 -0400


I use integrated materials when I can. I use clay primarily and might look
at a book together on butterfly wings, maybe examine a real one, then use
clay and coils to illustrate symmetry, followed by a butterfly dance and
poetry. Sometimes I might involve painting and watching an Eric carrel
video, then collage butterflies with our paintings.
Good luck
-----Original Message-----
From: Pineo <pineo>
To: artsednet <artsednet.edu>
Date: Friday, October 09, 1998 7:54 PM
Subject: re: recommended time for kinders

>I have never taught the little ones and frankly they scare me. One day
>I will have to face the challenge. My idea for an 80 min. period is to
>teach all four disciplines of art (music, dance, drama and visual art)
>based on a theme, such as fish, family or a famous artist. Do you have
>to teach only visual art in an art period? Some of those areas are out
>of my comfort zone and would require time planning but I think the
>variey would keep the children interested.
>Maryanne
>