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This scribble-in activity book explores the fascinating world of architecture, with activities to encourage children to think, draw and design like an architect. It's full of ideas to develop, buildings to design, and paper models to build and test.
This is a new great-value edition of this inspiring book, which is filled with original ideas for painting, drawing and collage to help novices of all ages to develop their art skills. The projects will be of great value to art teachers as well as aspiring young artists, who will gain confidence as they progress through the book. It helps children to explore the uses of a range of materials including chalk, paint and pencil, elastic bands, salt and watercolour through a number of highly imaginative projects including ink beetles, deep-sea fish, and lemon juice frogs.
What makes the Platinum Creative arts course unique? Each discipline (dance, drama, music and visual arts) is presented in its own section in the book so you can clearly choose what you are teaching; fully illustrated dance exercise bank included in learner's book; music literacy worksheets enable teacher to consolidate theory easily; visual art content includes many stimulating examples of South African artists; all the content options for drama are included so that teachers can select the options they prefer. Platinum - simply superior: Superior CAPS coverage and written by expert authors; superior illustrations and activities to improve results and motivate learners; superior teacher support to save time and make teaching easy, including photocopiable worksheets; superior quality = exam success!
Spot On is spot on! The most popular course in South Africa, Spot On has everything a learner needs in one book. Spot On improves results, makes learning enjoyable, makes teaching a pleasure and is easy to use. The Spot On Teacherís Guide comes with printable planning material, Formal Assessment Tasks, revision tests and exams.
What makes the Platinum Creative arts course unique? Each discipline (dance, drama, music and visual arts) is presented in its own section in the book so you can clearly choose what you are teaching; fully illustrated dance exercise bank included in learner's book; music literacy worksheets enable teacher to consolidate theory easily; visual art content includes many stimulating examples of South African artists; all the content options for drama are included so that teachers can select the options they prefer. Platinum! - Simply superior: Superior CAPS coverage and written by expert authors; superior illustrations and activities to improve results and motivate learners; superior teacher support to save time and make teaching easy, including photocopiable worksheets; superior quality = exam success!
Learn all about artists who changed history in this engaging and colorful board book perfect for creators-in-training!
Painting, shaping, making art.
With creative joy, hands, and heart.
Little artists have great big imaginations.
In this follow up to This Little President, This Little Explorer, This Little Trailblazer, and This Little Scientist now even the youngest readers can learn all about great and empowering artists in history! Highlighting ten memorable artists who paved the way, parents and little ones alike will love this creativity primer full of fun, age-appropriate facts and bold illustrations.
Designed specifically for the new WJEC Eduqas GCSE Film Studies specifications for first teaching from September 2017, this new student book offers high quality support you can trust. // Written by experienced Film Studies teachers and examiners, it provides both the knowledge and understanding of films important in the development of both film and film technology. // Clear focus throughout on applying knowledge and understanding creatively to screenwriting and filmmaking. // A dedicated chapter on the Non-Examined Assessment production element of the specification provides clear guidance on how students will be assessed. // Highly illustrated with interesting and engaging visuals to engage and motivate students. // Direct reference to film sequences, stills, criticism, reviews and screenwriting help guide the close analysis of key areas. // Exam guidance section introduces students to practice questions and the new assessment objectives to help with the skills they need for assessment. // Activities test, enhance and clarify students' understanding. // Designed to support students of all ability levels. // Endorsed by WJEC Eduqas.
Learn numbers through fine art! Spark your child's creativity and curiosity with this delightfully curated counting book featuring some of the world's most iconic paintings. In this collection, your child will discover artwork by Gustav Klint, Mary Gassatt, Vincent van Gogh, Clara Peeters, and many others. Help them count the flower petals in Gaugin's Still Life with Teapot and Fruit, teach them different colors while examining Redon's Butterflies, and discuss the shapes used in Sarah Ann Wilson's Album Quilt. With a fun rhyming scheme and large, colorful text, 123s of Art will inspire your budding art lovers as they learn to count to 20 by locating objects in paintings. Then, as your child grows, you can read the playful poems aloud together and answer the interactive questions that accompany each painting.
What to Draw and How to Draw it for Kids is a fun and useful book to develop the creative skills of budding illustrators everywhere. Kids can learn how to draw a delightful range of subjects, from animals and nature to toys, buildings and landscapes. Featuring easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions, kids can improve their artistic ability by using simple shapes and lines to create their own illustrations.
This award-winning book introduces the key conceptual and graphic elements that make up a great poster through simple text, illustrations and activities. Young readers are encouraged to think about how to marry two concepts to convey a single message; how to exploit the power of the diagonal and to consider how different typefaces impact on the words they are spelling out. Alongside these activities run reproductions of seminal posters through the ages by artists including Alexander Rodchenko, Saul Bass and Moholy-Nagy. In the back of the book, a selection of collage materials can be used to create incredible compositions.
Through she's universally known as the creator of The Tale of Peter Rabbit, Beatrix Potter did so much more. This is the true story about how she helped save the English countryside!
Growing up in London, Beatrix Potter felt the restraints of Victorian times. Girls didn't go to school and weren't expected to work. But she longed to do something important, something that truly mattered. As Beatrix spent her summers in the country and found inspiration in nature, it was through this passion that her creativity flourished.
There, she crafted The Tale of Peter Rabbit. She would eventually move to the countryside full-time, but developers sought to change the land. To save it, Beatrix used the money from the success of her books and bought acres and acres of land and farms to prevent the development of the countryside that both she and Peter Rabbit so cherished. Because of her efforts, it's been preserved just as she left it.
This beautiful picture book shines a light on Beatrix Potter's lesser-known history and her desire to do something for the greater good.
Children can discover how to draw lots of horses, ponies and unicorns in this colourful book with simple step-by-step instructions and lots of space to draw in. Learn how to draw a flying unicorn, a jumping horse, a rosette, castle and lots more, before completing detailed scenes including a horse show, stables and award ceremony.
Where Camille lives, the sunflowers grow so high they look like real suns. One day a strange man arrives in Camille's town. He has a straw hat and a yellow beard and his name is Vincent van Gogh. Featuring stunning reproductions of the great artist's work and based on a true-life incident as seen through the eyes of a small boy, this is the perfect introduction to Vincent van Gogh for children.
This beautifully illustrated book is packed with artwork by some of the best-loved Impressionist artists, including Monet, Degas, Pissarro and Manet. Discover their lives, the stories behind their paintings, and how they changed art forever. With contents and index pages for easy reference, and links to specially selected websites to learn more.
View artworks from the Whitney Museum's esteemed collection in a whole new way - an interactive invitation to explore and discover Unfold pages, lift flaps, gaze into mirrors, and interact with art like never before. Inspired by the many ways that art can be viewed and experienced, this book encourages children to spend time with a curated selection of fine art from the Whitney collection - and to dig deeper and consider all angles. Each artwork is showcased with a novelty mechanism and caption, for curious hands and wondering eyes.
In this interactive colouring and activity book, Marion Deuchars takes the broad canvas of ART and fills it with drawings and activities that let you discover what art can be, how it can be made, what it can mean for you and what it has meant for people through the ages. This book is packed with stimulating ideas to spark your creative imagination. You can complete the Mona Lisa's smile, or design your own Jackson Pollock-inspired work with a marble, a tray, some paint and paper. There are step-by-step instructions for how to draw a bird and how to give it an expression, as well a foolproof method for drawing a bicycle. Aimed at children aged eight and older, the emphasis is on fun and making the creation of art a big part of the way you express yourself.
From the renowned children's author of Press Here and Mix It Up! comes an imaginative children's stencil kit that will delight aspiring young artists and encourage all children to express themselves with art, just like Tullet himself! Included with the sketchbook are six die-cut boards and more than 200 stencil shapes to spark the imagination.
Let's Make Art With Everyday Things shows you how to use object found lying around, from cardboard and coins to leaves and vegetables, to make ice-cream bunting, forky faces, pasta prints, a soapy solar system, leafy insects and much, much more. Techniques include printing, collage, making rubbings and paint-scraping - used in ingenious ways for fantastic results!
A collection of fun, simple, inexpensive craft projects, ideal for time-poor parents and budget-challenged schools, promoting reuse and recycling. Beautifully designed, the book is clearly and appealingly illustrated with step-by-step instructions and engaging artwork. Each activity is straightforward and achievable, and as such is therapeutic for stressed or anxious children, allowing them to make things by themselves, and to have confidence in their own abilities.
Other titles in the series include Let's Make Art By Printing and Stamping, Let's Make Art with Hands and Feet and Let's Make Art with Scrap Paper, so there's a whole load of upcycling fun to be had!
The science of colour as you've never seen it before - this captivating book for kids aged 5+ covers key STEAM subjects: science, technology, engineering, art and maths. Why is the sky blue? Why is snow white and darkness black? How do our eyes and brain create a world of colour? Journey through lush green forests, splash into a watery blue ocean, be dazzled by a glowing jungle and see the world through a kaleidoscope of colour in this vibrant gift book. Explained in an accessible way and combined with gorgeous illustrations, this engaging book is perfect for young readers and budding scientists. Catherine Barr studied ecology at Leeds University and trained as a journalist. She worked at Greenpeace International for seven years as a wildlife and forestry campaigner and has a long-running interest in environmental issues. While working as an editor at the Natural History Museum, she researched and wrote two major summer exhibitions. Her previous books include The Story of Life, 10 Reasons to Love . . . and Red Alert! Yuliya Gwilym is a Ukrainian artist based in the Netherlands. She graduated from the Royal Academy of Art in the Hague and has been working as an illustrator ever since. She finds her main inspiration in working with children and often organises creative workshops for little ones.
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