Teachers, parents and guardians will find these 20 art activities a handy, helpful tool to teach art to children
Art is an expression all children should embrace and learn to love. Many adults may find it difficult to teach art. That’s why author Diane Robbins shares this new book with all parents and teachers. She believes that teaching art should be as much fun as learning it. She hopes that Time Saving Art Projects for the Busy Teacher will be a great help for art teachers affected by the budget cuts in schools and parents with limited financial resources.
The book helps classroom teachers teach art skills with a minimum amount of work by preparing and creating age-appropriate activities. In this first book, the author presents 20 art activities using the same set of basic patterns that can be used for projects from September to January.
Handy, creative and easy to follow, Time Saving Art Projects for the Busy Teacher offers an efficient teaching tool to smoothly facilitate art projects in the classroom. It harnesses the students’ creativity, and engages interest while significantly lessens the time and resources required to formulate new art activities day by day. The projects can also be used to reinforce many skills including following directions, measurement, matching, sorting, and eye-hand coordination.
The book is available online and can be purchased at www.amazon.com and www.barnesandnoble.com.
About the Author – Diane Robbins grew up in Wheeling. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education with a minor in Special Education from West Liberty State College, Master of Arts degree in Special Education from West Virginia University, and Computer Technology certification from Franciscan University of Steubenville. She taught for more than 38 years. She used art activities to help special needs students with eye-hand coordination skills, following directions, and measurement skills.