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by Barney Saltzberg
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Arts Music & Photography
  • Author:
    Barney Saltzberg
  • ISBN:
    076115728X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0761157281
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  • Publisher:
    Workman Publishing Company; Illustrated edition (September 23, 2010)
  • Pages:
    28 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Arts Music & Photography
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    1392 kb
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    1944 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
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Barney Saltzberg is the author of more than 30 books for children, including Beautiful Oops!, My Book of Beautiful Oops!, Good Egg and the bestselling Touch and Feel Kisses series. Additionally, he’s recorded four albums of songs for children.

Barney Saltzberg is the author of more than 30 books for children, including Beautiful Oops!, My Book of Beautiful Oops!, Good Egg and the bestselling Touch and Feel Kisses series. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, two dogs, and a pond full of fish.

What is the CREATEtubeITY Challenge? Join Creativity Professor, Dr. Cyndi Burnett, and Children's Book Author, Barney Saltzberg on a free, fun, and engaging. Beautiful Oops by Barney Saltzberg. It never gets old to see this book being appreciated. May your new year be filled with lots of beautiful, oops‘s and all! Beautiful Oops by Barney Saltzberg.

Barney is passionate about working with children, parents, teachers, organizations on the art of making mistakes . Most recently Melinda Gates chose Beautiful Oops as one of the top three books every child should read.

Barney is passionate about working with children, parents, teachers, organizations on the art of making mistakes and finding play and creativity in our everyday lives.

Beautiful Oops! book. A life lesson that all parents want their children to learn: It’s OK to make a mistake. Beautiful Oops! Written and illustrated by Barney Saltzberg. Published by Workman Publishing Company. In fact, hooray for mistakes! A mistake is an adventure in creativity, a portal of discovery. A spill doesn’t ruin a drawing-not when it becomes the shape of a goofy animal. And an accidental tear in your paper? Don’t be upset about it when you can turn it into the roaring mouth of an alligator. Ways to Use Book: Barney Saltzberg's concept book Beautiful Oops is truly engaging for students. Here, a blob of paint with a few strokes becomes a frog, and a balled up piece of garbage becomes the fleece of a lamb! Collaborate with an art teacher when reading this book aloud.

Barney Saltzberg shows you how to make the most of an oops! The tear in a piece of paper becomes a smiling crocodile, a. .Crafts and activities for kids. Beautiful Oops! by Barney Saltzberg is a fantastic story to inspire children to explore their own creativity.

Barney Saltzberg shows you how to make the most of an oops! The tear in a piece of paper becomes a smiling crocodile, a spill of paint becomes a pack of dogs, a bird’s nest and then an elephant. The bent corner of a piece of paper isn’t something to throw away. It’s something to celebrate and Saltzberg has crafted his into a waddling penguin. We will be looking at every coffee mug stain with new eyes no. stai. as potentia. f you play with its shape. This is a great video of the author, Barney Saltzberg, with a Kindergarten class.

By Barney Saltzberg EBOOK. Free Download Beautiful Oops! By Barney Saltzberg EBOOK. Product Description A life lesson that all parents want their children to learn: It’s OK to make a mistake.

A life lesson that all parents want their children to learn: It’s OK to make a mistake. In fact, hooray for mistakes! A mistake is an adventure in creativity, a portal of discovery. A spill doesn’t ruin a drawing—not when it becomes the shape of a goofy animal. And an accidental tear in your paper? Don’t be upset about it when you can turn it into the roaring mouth of an alligator. An award winning, best-selling, one-of-a-kind interactive book, Beautiful Oops! shows young readers how every mistake is an opportunity to make something beautiful. A singular work of imagination, creativity, and paper engineering, Beautiful Oops! is filled with pop-ups, lift-the-flaps, tears, holes, overlays, bends, smudges, and even an accordion “telescope”—each demonstrating the magical transformation from blunder to wonder.  

Ygglune
I love it! Young girls I care for were having major issues with perfectionism and crying every time they made a mistake, wanting to throw their papers away and start over - and this book was PERFECT way to talk to them about the topic. I've tried talking to them before to no avail, and this GREATLY improved their attitudes on the subject. They were honestly shocked as I read them the pages, worrying I'd damaged my book and were so shocked the book would REALLY have bent pages on PURPOSE, etc.

After, we did an exercise practicing turning my "mistakes" on my pen drawings into something better. Examples: "i'm drawing a sky and ....oops! a stray line", fix by moving the sky line down. Or "oops the right side of my heart is wobbly" fixed by just making a larger heart to surround it. "my apple doesn't look like an apple" turns into a glob of paint being poured out of a bucket, and "oops i drew my house's door too big" turns into a house for a giant and jack is climbing the beanstalk into the clouds to reach it!! The girls loved the exercise and coming up with different ways to "fix" the "mistakes", and we often ended up with ideas way more creative than originally planned. Also practiced with crumpled paper -became an antique scroll or a wavy sea for a ship, and a bent page turned into a blanket folded over, etc.

I only wish the book included mistakes like these rather than just physical mistakes like holes, rips, crinkles, etc. Maybe a 2nd edition can just expand to include these as well!!! And maybe even have a page for parents to recommend an activity like this, because it worked so much better than I'd even hoped. Also, I got the "board book", which had pages that were thin, shiny cardboard instead of super thick, unbendable cardboard like I was worried about, yet still durable. Probably the best way to showcase the book (vs the paperback) so that the kids can bend the pages and interact with the book without worrying about ripping it.
Vishura
This book is one that I have never seen before. I love everything about it. Both of my kids (ages 4 and 2) typically don't like books, but they are intrigued by the many different pages in this book. I bought this book because my son is not into drawing, coloring, or any crafts whatsoever. He is also a perfectionist who feels that if he can't draw something perfect, he won't try and wants everyone to do it for him. He loved this book and it has inspired me to have my kids use their creativity if I "accidentally" rip a piece of paper.

This author has taken one's imagination and turned it into an amazing piece of art. Beautifully done.
Gaiauaco
This is a great book and really well made. I used it with my fifth grade students as a writing prompt about how it is good to make mistakes etc. FAIL First Attempt In Learning, Right?? We then took the page they were writing on in the journal and tore it, bent it, and scribbled on it. The students then used those mistakes to create their own Oopses! It was a great lesson that they loved and I will repeat again with future classes.

Kids have so much anxiety about being perfect. I find myself each year looking for small lessons about why mistakes are good and you don't have to be absolutely perfect. Too many people are afraid to try new things because they fear making a mistake. How many times did Edison fail at creating the lightbulb?? Glad he stuck with it.

Great book, good message, well made product! Highly recommend!

Note: this book is pretty small just an fyi and it is pretty short.
Manris
I love children's books and often buy them as birthday gifts for my friend's children or my own daughter. I purchased this one to give with an art set. Before wrapping it, I read it to my daughter and she loved it. It is a beautiful story of turning lemons into lemonade and finding the beauty in things that others may not notice. Would recommend it to anyone with children age 3 - grade school.
Tuliancel
This is a wonderful book for kids of all ages. As a teacher working in the schools I am constantly seeing students getting upset with themselves because they "made a mistake" or "did it wrong". This book is one that helps to teach students that it's okay to make a mistake and if you do something wrong then it's an opportunity to make something new! This book helps to teach students that we can't learn and we can't create without making mistakes and having an "oops!" moment every once in a while. I have also found this book to also be useful when working with students who may have difficulty thinking outside of the box. I highly recommend this book to parents, classroom teachers, art teachers, or anyone working with students and wanting to inspire them to draw outside the lines and think outside the box.