Celebrating Art

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Christian Liberty Press, 1994 - Art - 103 pages
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Kindergarten students will develop basic art skills as they complete this workbook. Each action-filled workbook presents arts/crafts activities that include complete instruction for the teacher. Grade K.
 

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Wonderful art curriculum

User Review  - Hopetolearn - Christianbook.com

This is a wonderful art curriculum for kindergarten. We chose this because my daughter requested "to do more art." I needed something straight forward and easy to follow as I am not a crafty person ... Read full review

Review: Celebrating Art - Grade K

User Review  - Marni Dees - Christianbook.com

My son loves the great art projects and stories in this book! The projects are pretty easy to prepare and lots of fun to do with your child. :) Read full review

Contents

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