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Don't Move the Muffin Tins: A Hands-Off Guide to Art for the Young Child

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  • Title: Don't Move the Muffin Tins: A Hands-Off Guide to Art for the Young Child
  • Author: Bev Bos
  • ISBN: 9780931540004
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Don't Move the Muffin Tin has an approach to art projects that I very much appreciate: hands-off. So you give the kids the materials, and you let them go. It's hard to find projects in this vein. I have grown more and more frustrated with seeing that the vast majority of preschool-aged projects you can find online or in books require heavy adult involvement. Preschoolers aren't as capable as grade-schoolers, but they can and should do things on their own. No, they can't always make cutesy little [...]


    2. Even though this is technically for educators, it offers really great basic art education philosophy and projects that can be applied at home. I didn't pay too close attention to the room layout parts but more to the advice on how to inspire children to make art, how to not get overly involved and how to set boundaries with the kids so it's not just chaos. The book was written in the 70s, before the child-led education model was trendy and the tone is fun and non-judgemental even though a lot of [...]


    3. An excellent resource for early childhood educators. These projects are what kindergarten is supposed to look like, and what will hopefully be brought back once we shake the insanity of rigorously preparing for college and career in kindergarten!


    4. Back in my preschool teaching days, this series of books was the most helpful and insightful and a constant reference for my programs. Later, when I had a child of my own, I found myself constantly referring back to the wonderful lessons taught by Miss Bev.


    5. I thought this was a great little book. I really liked the hands-off philosophy and the art ideas. The intended audience is mostly for pre-school and Kindergarden teachers, but moms can use these ideas just as well, which is what I plan on doing.




    6. I really enjoyed this book. It is a quick easy read. I would recommend it to anyone with children or anyone who wants to be a really cool Aunt/Uncle. : )


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