Drawing with children: a creative teaching and learning method that works for adults, too
This book provides teachers and librarians a way to integrate art into the content area curriculum using the Monart Drawing method. Teachers and librarians do not need to have art training to use this method to teach students how to draw to express themselves.
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BEFORE YOU DRAW
General Guidelines for Different Age Groups
A NOTE TO TEACHERS
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abacus adults angle line artists background basic beak begin bird body bottom broad-tipped marker BROOKES/PUBLISHED BY JEREMY child choose circle color complete composition consider contour contour drawing contour line create curved line drawing paper drawing process drawing tips duplicate edge elements of shape encourage environment eraser example exercise experience explore eyes feel five elements flowers follow front guideline dot ideas imagination inspired instructions kneaded eraser legs Leo the Lion lesson light lines to form look ment Miss Piggy MONA BROOKES/PUBLISHED motor coordination negative space notice objects Oil pastel overlapping painting pastels patterns pencil preliminary sketches relax sample scratch paper shading side starting level straight line student exhibition talk TARCHER teacher teapot texture things tiger lilies tion vase visual visual perception volume drawing want to draw warm-up watercolor