Pocketful Of Puppets

Author: Tamara Hunt
Editor: Nancy Renfro Studios
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Includes instructions for staging puppet shows. Each show features an animal puppet and read-aloud, animal poem.

Pocketful Of Puppets

Author: Yvonne Winer
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A collection of short stories, puppetmaking instructions and related activities, and patterns to be used in storytelling.

Puppetry Language And The Special Child

Author: Nancy Renfro
Editor: Nancy Renfro Studios
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Revitalizing History

Author: Paul E. Bolin
Editor: Vernon Press
ISBN: 1648892019
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Historical inquiry forms the foundation for much research undertaken in art education. While traversing paths of historical investigation in this field we may discover undocumented moments and overlooked or hidden individuals, as well as encounter challenging ideas in need of exploration and critique. In doing so, history is approached from multiple and, at times, vitally diverse perspectives. Our hope is that the conversations generated through this text will continue to strengthen and encourage more interest in histories of art education, but also more sophisticated and innovative approaches to historical research in this field. The overarching objective of the text is to recognize the historical role that many overlooked individuals—particularly African Americans and women—have played in the field of art education, and acknowledge the importance of history and historical research in this digital age. This text opens up possibilities of faculty collaborations across programs interested in history and historical research on a local, national, and international level. By assembling the work of various scholars from across the United States, this text is intended to elicit rich conversations about history that would be otherwise beyond what is provided in general art education textbooks.

Indian Puppets

Author: Sampa Ghosh
Editor: Abhinav Publications
ISBN: 817017435X
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Puppetry Originated In India And Travelled Across The Seven Seas To The Eastern And Western World As Vouched By Many Scholars. Puppets Dated Back To A Period Well Before Bharata S Natya Shastra And Have Continued Unabated Throughout The Centuries In Almost All Indian States. Puppetry Is One Enduring Form, Which Has Entertained Masses And Educated People. The Famous Puppeteers Of Rajasthan Are Really Acrobats, Who Only Put On Puppet Shows When They Move Out Of Villages. These And A Thousand Other Scintillating Facts Come Out Of This Exciting Book For The Reader S Entertainment And Elucidation. Puppets Are By No Means For Only Children, -- As The Puppeteers Of Orissa Sing And Dance About The Romantic Love Of Radha And Krishna, And Keralan Puppets Narrate Kathakali Stories In The Same Make-Up And Costumes.The Book Aims At Giving A Connected Account Of The Indian Puppets: Their Variety, Their Multiple Functions, Their Craft, Their Animation And Their Connections With Other Related Arts In Five Separate Parts. The Book Also Contains For The First Time In Any Book On Puppetry -- Four Important Appendices: Museums In India Containing Puppets, Directory Of Indian Puppeteers, Global Bibliography On Puppets And A Relevant Glossary. The World Of Indian Puppets Is Seen In Vivid Colours With Scores Of Coloured Photographs And Many Line-Drawings And Half-Tone Pictures --- In Their Many-Sided Splendour: Variety Of The Glove, Rod, String, Shadow, And Human Puppets And A Myriad Background Stories Of The Puppet-Masters And Their Imaginative Landscape Of Free Creativity.

One Person Puppetry Streamlined And Simplified

Author: Yvonne Amar Frey
Editor: American Library Association
ISBN: 9780838908891
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Presents a comprehensive guide to puppetry designed to enhance story times and other library events and provides techniques to creating inexpensive props along with thirty-eight folktale scripts.

Puppetry In Education And Therapy

Author: Edited by Matthew Bernier and Judith O'Hare
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781452057491
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In Puppetry in Education and Therapy: Unlocking Doors to the Mind and Heart, one finds enormous variety, ingenuity, and creativity in the types of puppets, and the ways they are used in education and in therapy. Puppeteers, therapists, and educators, articulate what is meant by “puppetry in education” and “puppet therapy” and how it is the same or different from “puppet theatre”. They describe the unique characteristics and theory of puppetry in education and therapy, the skills it takes to be successful in these areas, the skills that are passed on to people who use puppets for personal expression, and how to assess the impact of puppets on learning or behavior change. Twenty-six authors discuss topics such as puppetry and the multiple intelligences; the process versus the product; using puppetry in schools to promote literacy, preserve cultural heritage, and teach music; how puppetry contributes to Core Curriculum Standards, the theoretical underpinnings of therapeutic puppetry, and a range of ways of facilitating growth and development. If you’re already using puppets, this book will inspire you to understand your work differently and to explore new possibilities. If you’re a teacher or a therapist and you’ve never used puppets before, it will open a whole world of possibilities. This book illustrates that puppetry arts can affect learning and behavior and that puppets indeed have the power to unlock doors to the mind and heart.

Wilson Library Bulletin

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Dikta

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Totline

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Literate Beginnings

Author: Debby Ann Jeffery
Editor: Amer Library Assn
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Offers librarians information and programs for introducing language, literature, and the library to babies and toddlers

The Elementary School Library Collection Phases 1 2 3

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Bags Are Big

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ISBN: 9780931044106
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Books In Print

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Holidays And Special Days Project Index For Young People

Author: Mary Anne Pilger
Editor: Libraries Unltd Incorporated
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Crafts.

Caroline Feller Bauer S New Handbook For Storytellers

Author: Caroline Feller Bauer
Editor: Chicago : American Library Association
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Offers detailed guidance in presenting literature to children, young adults, and adults through storytelling supported by the use of various media

Pla Bulletin

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Rural Libraries

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The Creative Child And Adult Quarterly

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Early Education Curriculum

Author: Hilda L. Jackman
Editor: Cengage Learning
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This innovative text presents developmentally appropriate early childhood curriculum in a clear easy-to-read style. All chapters of the text stand alone, while complementing each other to form the whole curriculum for children from infancy to eight years. The text includes original songs, poems, dramatic play activities, as well as numerous illustrations, photos, diagrams, references, and teachers' resources. Part 1 presents the elements of the foundation of early education curriculum, including curriculum development, multicultural/anti-bias considerations, lesson and activity plans. Part 2 explores each curriculum area, taking into consideration the individual child, groups of children, the process of setting up appropriate learning environments, and integration of all curricula. Each chapter presents developmentally appropriate activities for each age group and encourages self-esteem and creativity development. Curriculum chapters cover language and literacy, children's literature, puppets, dramatic play and creative dramatics, art, sensory centers, music and movement, math, science, and social studies. Each chapter offers an overview, guidance tips for teachers, guidelines for parental involvement, multicultural/anti-bias activities, chapter afterview, student exploration assignments, extensive references, and additional readings.