• Title: It's Not a Bird Yet: The Drama of Drawing
  • Author: Ursula Kolbe
  • ISBN: 9780975772201
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s Not a Bird Yet The Drama of Drawing Reveals how young children use drawing to play with ideas Through engaging anecdotes Ursula Kolbe gives insight into the rich possibilities of drawing and celebrates it as a powerful fool for thinki
    Reveals how young children use drawing to play with ideas Through engaging anecdotes, Ursula Kolbe gives insight into the rich possibilities of drawing, and celebrates it as a powerful fool for thinking and imagining This book includes many practical suggestions.

    One Reply to “It's Not a Bird Yet: The Drama of Drawing”

    1. This book expands on Rapunzel's Supermarket, focusing specifically on encouraging children to explore drawing as a creative outlet. I love that Kolbe explains children's creativity as a way of interacting with their environment. I also like that she emphasises the social nature of art and drawing - that it isn't something that happens in isolation, particularly for children.As with her first book, I think that It's Not a Bird Yet is a great reference for any teacher or parent of 3 - 8 year old c [...]

    2. I loved reading about the way kids draw. The illustrations and photos the author uses really makes this book fun to read too. Any art teacher, teacher who works with young children, or anyone who likes to draw should read this book.

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