Re: [art_education] special needs art
- A lot of the art ideas in my books work perfectly for many special needs kids. Scribble Art has many basic, easy open-ended ideas. You can see samples from all my books on my website. www.brightring.comAll the ideas Mader shared are good choices.On Jan 5, 2012, at 7:24 PM, Rosel Valenzuela wrote:Hi!I've also worked with kids with special needs. we've tried blotting - fold a paper, open then drop at the center tempera colors that would blend together. fold again , press so colors will spread. open and challenge them with - what do you see? turn the paper until you see something. what can this be- then add lines to make the blot into something.
some came up with butterflies, others with something that their imagination dictated.another that they enjoyed much was bubble blowing - (diluted paint with soap) blow to make bubbles then press paper on mouth of container. have diff. containers for diff colors. this can be used as background for a poem or a letter or they can add an art challenge - What does this (bubble filled paper) remind you of- sea? lake? sky? a dream? add to the bubble print what you see.Enjoy!mader
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Date: Thursday, 5 January, 2012, 5:58 AM