First Art: Art Experiences for Toddlers and Twos

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Gryphon House, Inc., 2009 - Art - 160 pages
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Jump right in doing art with toddlers and twos is fun, rewarding, and a wonderful learning experience. Children discover their world as they explore the 75 fun-filled art adventures in "First Art. "They will joyfully squeeze a rainbow, make their own (safe) beads to string, and create their very own art baggie book. "First Art "starts children on a lifelong journey full of exploration and creativity.

Award-winning author MaryAnn F. Kohl is a regular featured columnist for Parenting Magazine. She has also written the best-selling favorites "Preschool Art, The Big Messy Art Book, Global Art, Cooking Art, Making Make-Believe, MathArts," and the new "Preschool Art "series which includes "Drawing, Painting, Clay and Dough, Craft and Construction," and "Collage and Paper. "She lives in Bellingham, Washington."

 

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User Review  - Majick79 - Borders

Having struggled for something to do with my toddler, instead of mind-numbing tv, this book is a blessing. The ideas and projects presented are broken down so it's easy to understand where your part ... Read full review

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User Review  - artsykids - Borders

"...to get some great, inexpensive art recipes, read "First Art"" -- Washington Post "…Designed to guide parents as they jump into art with toddlers. …A wonderful resource for parents... fun and ... Read full review

Contents

4 Sticky Business
79
5 Great Impressions
103
6 Fun Stuff for Toddlers and Twos
121
Indexes
137
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Award-winning author MaryAnn F. Kohl has written 14 books for Gryphon House, and is a regular featured columnist for Parenting Magazine. She has written the best-selling favorites Preschool Art, The Big Messy Art Book, Making Make-Believe, MathArts, and First Art. She is co-author of Global Art and Cooking Art with Jean Potter. MaryAnn lives in Bellingham, Washington.

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