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by Aline D. Wolf
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Study & Teaching
  • Author:
    Aline D. Wolf
  • ISBN:
    0960101675
  • ISBN13:
    978-0960101672
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  • Publisher:
    Parent Child Pr; 2010 Reprint edition (June 11, 1986)
  • Pages:
    19 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Study & Teaching
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    1319 kb
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    1880 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    774
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Aline Wolf has written over 25 books for children, teachers and parents.

Aline Wolf has written over 25 books for children, teachers and parents. She has long been regarded as one of the most respected interpreters of Maria Montessori's philosophy and methods. Other titles include: Nurturing the Spirit in Non-Sectarian Classrooms, Our Peaceful Classroom, A Parents' Guide to the Montessori Classroom, Montessori Insights for Parents of Young Children and Look at the Child, among others. Seems these should be sold by "step" rather than "level". 39 people found this helpful.

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Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780960101689. Release Date:July 1987.

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Level 1 - Easy: For Steps 1,2, 3; Matching, Pairing, and Sorting Level 2 - Intermediate: For Steps 1,2, 3; Matching, Pairing, an. .

For your convenience, Aline Wolf has created books with cards that are printed on durable card stock and have printed on the reverse side information on the artist and the artwork. Level 1 - Easy: For Steps 1,2, 3; Matching, Pairing, and Sorting Level 2 - Intermediate: For Steps 1,2, 3; Matching, Pairing, and Sorting Level 3 - Advanced: For Steps 1,2, 3; Matching, Pairing, and Sorting For Step 4: For Learning the Names of the Artists For Step 5: Learning about Famous Paintings Transportation in America.

Use for three different levels! Twenty-three topics allow for children to accompany their drawings with either just completing sentences, writing sentences and writing paragraphs.

Cards are excellent reproductions of paintings. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Use for three different levels! Twenty-three topics allow for children to accompany their drawings with either just completing sentences, writing sentences and writing paragraphs. Children will draw familiar things; a duck, pickup truck, fish, dragon, child and other simple drawings are given with step by step pictoral instructions. 96 reproducible pages, softcover.

Each reproduction is color-coded and imprinted on the back with title/artist and the step and level for which the image may be used. Each reproduction is color-coded and imprinted on the back with title/artist and the step and level for which the image may be used. Published by Parent Child Pr (1986).

Category: Books & DVDs. Particularly chosen to appeal to young children, the selections include a wide variety of subjects and styles. Appropriately for 3-6 year olds in 3 levels of gradually increasing challenge. Specifications: Paperback.

This beautifully printed volume is the first in the 8 book series, Child-size Masterpieces for Art Appreciation, by Aline Wolf. This volume contains 36 postcard-size art reproductions to be cut out and used for the first 3 steps of the program: matching identical paintings, pairing two paintings by the same artist and grouping four paintings by the same artist. Carefully chosen to appeal to young children, the selections include a wide variety of subjects and styles. Appropriate for 3-7 year-olds in 3 levels of gradually increasing challenge. Using the How to Use Child-size Masterpieces Handbook, also by Aline Wolf, is suggested.

Maldarbaq
Lovely art cards. My only gripe is that they're not pre-cut, or even prefforated lines. I feel like for the price, some of the work should be done. However, once cut out, they are great. My son, who is 4, really enjoys them. I've already recommended them to other moms.
Rageseeker
Our 7 month old loves looking at and touching the variety of pictures. Great for talking and pointing interaction.
Niwield
This is a nice learning tool for our 3 year old granddaughter for her art lessons, although I would have liked to see more pictures included in the set.
Dondallon
Love this series! I have young kids and teach in a rurual area. Not a lot of museums to go to around here. These cards are a perfect way to introduce art to young ones. They are hands on and great quality. This book is only the postcards not the "how to" book. After cutting apart the postcards you do not have a book left at all. So if you want the instructions for using them you need the "How to use Child Size Masterpieces". However I do know some moms that use with out that book. They create their own games and drills to help the kids learn.
Neol
The concept is wonderful. A set of art cards printed to introduce art to the very young. But the actual product brought some unpleasant surprises. I wish I'd known the following:

1. Four art cards are on the back cover and exposed to wear before you receive it.
2. The cutting lines printed on the back of the art cards may not be centered properly around the art on the front side!
3. The additional "art cards" provided for the front of your folders/envelopes are on the front cover. The images are reduced and cropped, with a black border on three sides.
4. Each "level" book has an identical matching exercise as the first "step". Companion matching exercises are the second "step". Grouping is the third "step". In each book (level) the task (step) is slightly more difficult.

I'm back to buy the next two books so that I can have a series of identical matching exercises of increasing difficulty to present before I present the companion matching. Seems these should be sold by "step" rather than "level".
IWantYou
I thought this would be a great way to get my kids into art, but I found that it was kind of simple. I think that it would be nice to have some scavenger hunt games or story starter ideas for the kids to get them to really look at it. We use them and somewhat enjoy them. In the end, we just prefer to head to the art museum.
Mori
This is a great concept and something that has worked for many years in the Montessori classroom. However, I would point out that the print quality isn't really the best compared to more modern examples, and as another reviewer pointed out, sometimes the lines don't really line up. You need to be very careful not to cut into the artwork!

I wound up using this in the course of our homeschooling curriculum, but I also came across some awesome little art cards here on Amazon for super cheap. If you search for "Small-Format Card Books" you'll find several sets of small art postcards featuring a variety of important artists. They are mostly included in the Prime shipping program and are currently part of the 4-for-3 deal, to boot. At (way) less than 2 dollars for a pack of 6 cards, it's a steal and a great way to expand the idea presented in this series.
I believe that exposing your child to a lot of different things is a good idea. I particularly believe two of the most overlooked things that are easy to expose children to is art and music.
This book is book one of the postcard series for exposing your child to art. This book is just postcards of different artists and styles of art. There are multiples of some of these postcards that you can use for matching.
If you do nothing else except look at these postcards with your child, you have done a lot.
If you follow her easy to do 'program' of matching, buying and sorting postcard sized art, this book is a must. It sure beats trying to find your own postcards and mount them.
As an added note, it is well worth the extra money to get the parent/teacher book explaining why and how to complete these easy activities with your child.