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Children and Painting.

The child's joy of painting, along with many hows and whys for the teacher, is eloquently conveyed in this colorful and helpful book. Practical knowledge about what children paint, and how teachers may assist them to paint more expressively is presented in fourteen well-illustrated chapters. The elements of art, subject matter possibilities, media discussions and process alternatives are explored, with the help of full-color charts, examples of child art, selected master works and well-chosen words. Elementary art teachers and classroom teachers will find this book extremely helpful.
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Publication:School Arts
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Date:Dec 1, 1992
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