Hands on Art by Brenda Whittle
  

Hands on Art

Written by Brenda Whittle
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Part of the Belair a World of Display Art and Design Series

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Synopsis

Hands on Art by Brenda Whittle

Contains 7 chapters - People, Materials, Natural World, Colour, Pattern, Shape and Experimenting - allowing for a cross curricular approach. Cross-curricular themes are linked to History, Geography, Numeracy, Literacy, Design & Technology and more. Each theme includes: Starting Points, Display Ideas & Further Activities and Cross-Curricular Links. Example themes include: My School, Its Growing, Starting with a Line, Ancient Egypt, Stories & Rhymes, Living Things and Machines.

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Format

Paperback
72 pages
Interest Age: From 4 To 8

Author

Brenda Whittle
More books by Brenda Whittle

Publisher

Belair Publications Ltd an imprint of Folens Publishers UK
www.collinseducation.com

Publication date

31st December 2006

ISBN

9781841914503


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