Hi Deb....I love Kinder...but they do require lots of planning and
change of activities. I didn't find that hard....but did have to get
used to the idea that they aren't quite socialized yet. I totally
love Kinder. Use stories, movement, games, art discussion, art
making....puppets and more. Art for the Fun of it -- by Jenkins...is
my favorite book. It isn't lesson plans...but it was so helpful
when I started. The website KinderArt will have some good ideas
too... I had 45 minute periods. They worked great and less time would
have been too little. Now I teach collage...and I still miss the
freshness and honesty of Kinders! They will wear you out...but have
On 9/6/07, d putnam art <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have just been informed I will be gaining a kindergarten class this year.
> I am excited about the opportunity but I have been teaching 1-8 for 15 years
> and am looking for a little direction since I haven't dealt with that age
> group before (except for my own children). Are any of you teaching K2 art?
> How long are your classes (we only meet once per week) Do you have any
> reccommendations? Any suggested websites or books?
> Thanks for your help.
> Deb Putnam
> Gate of Heaven School
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