OL 10 Arts[1] - • Use quality easel paper try a table •...

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EDEC 250 Fall 2010 The Arts in the Play Centered Curriculum Chapter Ten Graphic art Construction Poetry Story-telling Music Dance Drama Supporting Play in the Arts Balancing spontaneous and guided play Spontaneous play needs sufficient time and opportunities for choice Guided play can introduce new materials or techniques Time 10 minute large group 20 minute small group 60 minute (or more) center time Space Table & easel in art center Individual marker boards Materials Offer open ended & structured Display & locate to invite use Include novel found & recycled items
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EDEC 250 Fall 2010 Graphic Arts – some ideas Adding tools to the easel Try sidewalk chalk Display crayons without paper
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Unformatted text preview: • Use quality easel paper, try a table • Check tempra paint texture • Try water colors for older children • Make sure scissors cut, markers mark, etc Construction - remember • Clay – seal air tight, soften with water • Playdoh – dries out, limit use of tools • Collage – keep scraps, odd pieces available • Blocks – include unit blocks, table blocks, hollow blocks, foam blocks, vinyl blocks Music – some thoughts • Appropriate for large group or centers • Use authentic instruments as well as CD’s • Reflect ethnic diversity in classroom music • Use tape recorders, teach children to use them to record their music...
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