Rapunzel's Supermarket: All about Young Children and Their Art

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Peppinot Press, 2001 - Child artists - 128 pages
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Rapunzel's Supermarket shows new ways to look at everyday things such as textures, patterns, marks, and lines. Explains types of image making?bookmaking, claywork, and construction?that help children explore, communicate, and represent their ideas. Suggests materials, tools, and strategies that challenge children. Discusses creating studio spaces and documenting and displaying children's work. Colour photos of children working, their inspirations and their works.Audience: Teachers, early childhood students and parents.

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Interesting, but not much more than I already knew, as I have kids who make art pretty much every day. I was, however, fascinated by the similarities found in most young children learning to draw, and ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Ursula Kolbe is a Sydney-based artist with 30 years of experience in early childdhood education as a teacher, university lecturer, writer and filmmaker. Her publications include books, articles, films and videos on the arts and children.

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