By Susie Gwen Criswell
Nature With artwork: lecture room and outside task With ordinary historical past (Paperback)
by Susie Gwen Criswell
Paperback: 146 pages
Publisher: Prentice corridor exchange (March 1986)
Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.9 x 0.7 inches
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Deciduous trees are called angiosperms. Conifers are gymnosperms. 10. called Plant investigations 14 11. Some familiar deciduous trees are the elms, walnuts, beeches, oaks, birches, alders, willows, poplars, cottonwoods, aspens, and fruit trees. PRINTMAKING FROM NATURE Children can make simple and beautiful prints of pine needles, and flowers. Printmaking creates a record of the world of flora around the children's neighborhood. The finished prints can be incorporated into drawings, collages, or kept as art pieces in themselves.
Have them turn around after 1 minute and, facing away from the still-life, try to draw it from memory (about 2 minutes still-life for 1 minute si- i. 5. Allow them to silently study the still-life for another 1 minute period. The group will be very attentive, more clearly "seeing" the still-life at this second viewing. 6. Have them turn away from the drawing for 2 minutes. a/ Explorations 40 still-life and resume their Figure 2-2 Children s awareness of what they do memory drawings. The 7. is around them is developed when third time they draw, the children can have their drawing in front of them while facing the still-life.
Drates, WOOD Apples provide vitamins A and C, are high and are an excellent source of cellulose. in carbohy- CARVING Children love to pick up fallen sticks and enjoy the satisfaction of them down. By encouraging the children to look at the fallen pieces of wood as forms they can develop with a knife, the art of woodcarving becomes equally satisfying. By imagining that a fallen branch can become a horse or a dragon, the children begin a creative urge to carve. The forest floor becomes an unlimited source of new shapes for woodcarving.