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Lesson Plans


brushes

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Aaron and Jennifer (THEGREEN99)
Tue, 21 Sep 1999 19:46:39 -0400


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When I was student-teaching in elementry art, I taught the kids how to =
use the paint brush as I am sure everyone else does. But I made point of =
noting proper brush care to each student. We did pretend-painting =
(without paint) to show how to use the brush and how to clean the brush. =
To me, the little things need to be reinforced as much as the big ones. =
I still have my students practice walking into the classroom the correct =
way, as a class. Sounds silly and childish I know. A little extra time =
practicing the correct techniques goes a long way.

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When I was student-teaching in = elementry art, I=20 taught the kids how to use the paint brush as I am sure everyone else = does. But=20 I made point of noting proper brush care to each student. We did=20 pretend-painting (without paint) to show how to use the brush and how to = clean=20 the brush. To me, the little things need to be reinforced as much as the = big=20 ones. I still have my students practice walking into the classroom the = correct=20 way, as a class. Sounds silly and childish I know. A little extra time=20 practicing the correct techniques goes a long = way.
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