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"Art Lab for Little Kids author, susan Schwake, follows her wildly successful, Art Lab for Kids with another solid hit - a clear, simple guide to exploring art with small children that parents and teachers will delight in." - Rebecca Emberley, Best-selling children's book author and illustrator

"Based on the ideas and images of master artists, these art activities and experiences are developmentally appropriate, adventurous, imaginative, and thoroughly engaging while leading to the creation of artworks with meaning and significance. Art Lab for Little Kids is an important contribution to the literature of the often-overlooked field of visual arts education for preschool children." - Bill Haust, Professor Emeritus of Art Education, Plymouth State University

"I love Susan's Art Lab series and reference them in the Art Studio often. They're easy to follow, full of images, and directed at open-ended exploration - exactly the kind of reference I need for my own busy home." - Meghan Burch, Art Studio Educator, The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Amherst, MA

Présentation de l'éditeur

Developed for the younger set (4-6 year olds) and targeting one of the most critical developmental periods for children, Art Lab for Little Kids is the perfect book for both parents and teachers who are seeking enriching and unique experiences to offer this age group.

As in Susan Schwake’s first book, Art Lab for Kids (Quarry Books, 2012), the Labs can be used as singular projects, or used to build up to a year of hands-on fine art experiences. Each Lab also features the work of a prominent artist for inspiration. The book begins with an introduction on materials and setting up a space for making art. The lessons that follow are open-ended to be explored over and over – with different results each time. They are geared for children being taught or guided by adults and are successful on all levels of experience and age. They do not result in “cookie cutter” end products, but are a method of learning something new each time they are used.

This motivational book stands out as a unique reference for creating fine art with children through finding the student’s own voice, marks and style and with playful lessons that result in significant skill building. Gorgeous photography shows different results from different people using the same lesson, exemplifying the way the lesson brings out each artist’s personal style. Art Lab for Little Kids is a fresh source of creative activities for families and community groups or will work as lesson plans for both experienced and new art teachers in home school, preschool, and kindergarten environments.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 35656 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 144 pages
  • Editeur : Quarry Books (1 mai 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00CZ7M0G8
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HASH(0x8b0100f0) étoiles sur 5 Playful projects and much more! 11 mai 2013
Par Jen - Publié sur
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This book is a fantastic companion to the Art Lab for Kids. As an art teacher and a parent of 2 preschoolers, I enjoyed seeing students working in each lab. In my opinion, the several photos that accompany each lab, help a parent or educator explain to a child visually what the next steps should look like and help a preschooler visualize themselves creating the lesson.
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HASH(0x8b0285f4) étoiles sur 5 Fine Arts Instruction Made Accessible 17 mai 2013
Par Carole Beverly - Publié sur
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Art Lab for Little Kids offers clear instruction on process-based art instruction. The guidance is clear without being overwhelming, and the projects appeal to the preschool set. The photography and composition of the actual pages are a pleasure to look through (i.e. coffee table book enjoyable) despite the fact that this is a book that is truly meant to be used--meant to get in the mix with the art supplies themselves. The first reviewer's comment on this site which criticized the book for being too focused on "neatness" is off-base. As in any art form, in order to improvise, you first need to understand how the material/medium works, work through a few projects and then take off on your own. In *any* fine arts class, there are parameters in place, from selection of material, to use of tools. Creating a big mucky mess may appeal to some, but if you are looking for a book which will guide you through getting your hands dirty while having fun with your child or students, don't hesitate to purchase this book. A good, useful book to get you started. You'll be turning your kitchen table into a lab space in no time at all! Don't be afraid to make some art, in fact, ENJOY.
23 internautes sur 27 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x8b01042c) étoiles sur 5 Don't let the process become the product 9 mai 2013
Par Auntie Claus - Publié sur
Format: Flexibound Achat vérifié
The ideas are interesting, but the way they are presented isn't very true to life. Most projects mention "thinking through what you want it to look like before you begin." Little kids don't do this. They explore as they go. Most of their expressions will be abstract and often if they draw an actual 'thing', it's because that's what their drawing started to look like to them as they were working. Scribbling is normal -important, even. So by all means, set out oil pastels and permanent markers or sandpaper and crayons. But allow it to remain truly open-ended. "Process not product" was intended to replace cookie cutter type projects (like gluing cotton balls to a paper plate that the teacher had cut into the shape of a rabbit) with child-directed discovery and exploring of materials. Don't be tempted to make getting a particular effect out of a particular combination of items the new 'product.'

Other than that, there is a real focus on not making a mess and avoiding accidents, which might speak to some personality types but I mention it just in case you, like me, are at the other end of the spectrum and find that it's harder to experiment if you're very preoccupied with keeping things tidy. This book seems the opposite of, say, Beautiful Oops!

One thing I especially like about this book is the inclusion of art history -every "lab" includes an artist and one of his or her works as relates to the project in mind. The photography is also quite beautiful -probably the one thing missing from Scribble Art: Independent Creative Art Experiences for Children (Bright Ideas for Learning), an otherwise awesome art book for this age group.

There are many ideas in here that I enjoy, but it did not give me anywhere near the spark as The Artful Parent: Simple Ways to Fill Your Family's Life with Art and Creativity--Includes over 60 Art Projects for Children Ages 1 to 8.
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HASH(0x8b028b94) étoiles sur 5 Art Lab for Little Kids is a great book for Homeschoolers or anyone who works with little kids. 25 mai 2013
Par Del Pinto - Publié sur
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This book is great for home schooling parents who are looking for an art book that they can use to explore different art venues with their children. There is a good mix of art techniques that can be applied to a broad range of young children beyond just the preschool age group. An example of this is the project on page 28, called "Buttermilk Chalk. It gives the recipe for buttermilk chalk and explains why this is a better quality chalk for young artists to work with. Personally, I do not believe anyone is ever too old to play with chalk. I painted my refrigerator with chalkboard paint to give my kids a place to express themselves. They love drawing on it. I have seen them draw old master reproductions to modern lettering. I have to say that this chalk recipe doesn't leave as much dust behind as regular chalk does. Plus, it has a nicer texture to work with.

The 52 Labs, in this book, are created to stand-alone and are accessible by readers of all ages who work with young children. Each lab also gives some background information on the artist or art style that inspired the lab. This is a technique-based book that offers 52 opportunities to learn different techniques using a variety of materials. Because of this, parents don't have to worry about their children being exposed to age inappropriate material or nudity. (See the table of contents provided by the publisher to see the great variety of techniques in this book.)

Also, even if you don't have an art background this book is great for parents who want to encourage their young children to explores different areas of art like: collage, drawing, mixed media, painting, paper art, pastels, and even print making. This is a wonderful way to inspire their creativity and encourage them to express themselves through art with simple projects that offer them a chance to work with some new materials.

"Art Lab for Little Kids" has great photos of what the finished projects might look like, the emphasis being on each child creating their own masterpiece rather than reproducing the author's work. Since the author wants to inspire creativity, there are enough step-by-step photos' to easily follow and get an idea of the process without getting overwhelmed.

The book offers an accessible list of materials that are easy to find, use, and are affordable for each project. It also has a section that discusses different ways for parents to be more organized when doing art projects (for those who are concerned with potential accidents or mess). The projects are simple and fun, and yes at times messy. Most of the projects are contributed by different artists which allows the reader to gain a different perspective when doing these projects with young children. It is the enjoyment of using varied materials and creating the project that is important. I think that the projects in this particular book have achieved that goal.
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HASH(0x8aff71c8) étoiles sur 5 I am that mom 16 avril 2014
Par Deborah Guzman - Publié sur
Format: Flexibound Achat vérifié
Not that you should be. My sister said that this is a book for kids that have parents that are artists themselves. Not that you should believe my sister, she could be a hater sometimes. I like the way the book is organized and the projects are doable. I think this is a great way to find out what kind of materials your child gravitates towards before spending a bunch of money getting all of those supplies.
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