Teatro

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Barron's, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 35 pages
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In this Spanish-language title for kids, children visit a theater and learn about the stage, its lighting, and its props. They also learn to express themselves by making faces and body gestures. They discover how to make puppets out of cardboard, sticks, or mittens, and they begin to understand how a story can be dramatized on a stage. Vividly illustrated books for early-grades boys and girls, books in the What is Art? series introduce the arts and present the kind of instructive information that will make kids want to participate in the arts. The books suggest activities that will help kids understand the arts by doing and performing. The text asks children simple questions, but there are no wrong answers. The questions simply help children recognize and understand their own artistic preferences and aptitudes. Teachers will love these books as sources for classroom activities, and parents will also welcome them as a way to get kids started on art activities at home. Both English and Spanish editions of these titles are available.

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