9780415298469

Art in the Early Years

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  • ISBN13:

    9780415298469

  • ISBN10:

    0415298466

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 2003-09-25
  • Publisher: RoutledgeFalmer

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Summary

Striking the perfect balance between discussion of the subject and provision of hands-on material for use in lessons, this book is a complete art education resource for all involved in early years art education. Early childhood educators who wish to implement a more holistic art curriculum in the classroom will find this an essential companion.

Table of Contents

Illustrations vii
Acknowledgements ix
PART I Contemporary early childhood art education 1(84)
1 Setting the scene: the why, what, and how of early years art education
3(16)
2 A work in progress: the process, art experiences, and art making
19(16)
3 The process continues: aesthetic experiences and encounters with art
35(19)
4 Documentation and special needs: reaching all children, and documenting it as we go along
54(18)
5 Putting it together: using the early learning goals for creative development
72(13)
PART II Ideas into practice: artistic experiences for the Foundation Stage 85(104)
Experience No. 1 Initial clay experience
87(5)
Experience No. 2 Initial painting experience
92(4)
Experience No. 3 Initial printing experience
96(5)
Experience No. 4 Initial construction experience
101(3)
Experience No. 5 Line and art elements
104(6)
Experience No. 6 Clay and craft 1
110(6)
Experience No. 7 Shapes and art elements
116(4)
Experience No. 8 Weaving and craft
120(5)
Experience No. 9 Collage and shape
125(5)
Experience No. 10 Clay and craft 2
130(5)
Experience No. 11 Colour and art elements 1
135(4)
Experience No. 12 Mark making
139(4)
Experience No. 13 Textiles and craft
143(4)
Experience No. 14 Painting and art elements
147(6)
Experience No. 15 Clay
153(5)
Experience No. 16 Colour and art elements 2
158(4)
Experience No. 17 Printing
162(5)
Experience No. 18 Craft
167(4)
Experience No. 19 Construction
171(7)
Experience No. 20 Mixed media and craft
178(6)
Extended and further experiences
184(5)
Appendix 1 Art materials 189(3)
Appendix 2 Art reference 192(6)
Appendix 3 Museum and gallery information 198(4)
Appendix 4 Selected books and websites and other useful information 202(3)
References 205(4)
Index 209

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