With his unique and refreshing perspective, George Szekely shows educators how to use ideas from home art and play activities as the basis for a school art program that is meaningful to children. The author presents memorable descriptions and inspiring moments from a lifetime of studying children's home art, all to introduce readers to a walth of teaching possibilities. In thes pages we learn what happens when children entering the art room are treated as colleagues, bringing their won ideas to an art curriculum that doesn't overshadow them with adult art plans and teaching about adult artists.Lessons in Creativity from Home to School George E. Szekely. Lunch Box Collections. aquot;I brought my lunch box.aquot; After lunch, children carry their lunch boxes to class like safes filled with precious items to use in our drawing class. Inside are anbsp;...
|Title||:||How Children Make Art|
|Author||:||George E. Szekely|