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ERIC Number: ED080264
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Arts and Crafts for Outdoors.
Weitzman, Rose
A teacher's role is to make the child totally aware of his world. Creative arts and crafts should lead the normal or handicapped child to increased awareness of and sensitivity to the world around him. Such basic concepts as shape, color, texture, symmetry, designs and patterns, movements, and distance perception can be developed through arts and crafts. By giving the child art experiences in the out-of-doors, these concepts can be taught by infinite methods. These experiences should also develop awareness, challenge, stimulation, individual expression, enjoyment, and appreciation. An out-of-doors program can be modified to fit any setting. Suggested arts and crafts are listed in this paper to guide the teacher in developing programs suitable for their local environment. (NQ)
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