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Lesson Plans

Re: Long range preschool lesson

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Susan Bennett (sbennett)
Thu, 23 Sep 1999 20:53:34 -0400

Hi, How about looking at the art of Eric Carle and creating various collages
out of painted papers. An easel could be constantly going where children
explore, color , line and texture with various material and paint. these
pages scould be used by all to cut and create, collages, individual
subjects, book pages, etc. During this time a different element of art can
be explored. Colors, primary, secondary, limited pallets, cool, warm. Maybe
a start. Susan in Ohio
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From: Lisa Teske <>
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Date: Sunday, September 19, 1999 9:56 AM
Subject: Long range preschool lesson

>Due to an additional middle school class assignment for second quarter, the
>principal has agreed to not have me teach pre-school and kindergarten for
>that quarter. She told both teachers that I could be used as a resource
>for them at this time for ideas. THe preschool teacher has asked that I
>develop one long term lesson plan that the students could work on during
>those nine weeks, or perhaps 2 long term lessons. Any ideas out there? I
>thought that they could work to create a book of some sort, doing a page
>or two a day, but I haven't developed it any further than that.
>Thank you!
> Lisa Teske, art teacher
>Schutz American School * P.O. Box 1000 * Alexandria, Egypt 21111
>(203) 570-1435 * lisa *