SchoolArts Magazine

SUM 2016

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THE SHOP Documenting Children's Meaning DavisArt.com In this book, we see an urban earl hildhood center re- spond to its own unique context with inspiration from the w orld-renowned Infant/Toddler and Preschool centers of Reggio Emilia, Ital . Children, families, and teachers engage in constructing relationships through their work with materials, emergent concepts, and sustained pla . Photograph , record - ing of children's words and drawings, and refective commen- tar document the investigations and emergent concepts. OFC SPECS: 202 Page + Cover Booklet 80# Sterling Matte Text (.00425") 101 sheets x .00425 = .43" Page dimension: 8.5 x 11 OBC + SPINE + OFC = 17.43" Documenting Children's Meaning Engaging in Design and Creativity with Children and Families by Jason Avery, Karyn Callaghan, and Carol Anne Wien Foreword by Lella Gandini Inspired by the Reggio Emilia Experience BOOKS SCHOOLARTSMAGAZINE.COM 37 SUPPLIES Nasco Arts & Crafts eNasco.com/artsandcrafts The most comprehensive kindergarten-to-college selection of arts and crafts supplies ever available from one source. Also, look for Nasco's FREE Lesson Plans available online. Visit us toda t eNasco.com/artsandcrafts. Youth Art Month Youth Art Month (YAM) is an annual observance each March to emphasize the value of art and art education for all children and to encourage public support for qual- it chool art programs. To learn more about ho ou can get involved in and support YAM activities i our area, contac our state chairperson. Information is avail- able through the Council for Art Education website or our state art education association. Councilforarteducation.org ORGANIZATIONS Curator's Corner CuratorsCorner.com Curator's Corner, written b Davis Publications' curator and art historian Karl Cole, provides fascinating weekl insights on art and artists from around the globe and across time, along with engaging, relevant studio activities based on each blog. Follow Karl and learn something new about art! ONLINE RESOURCES

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