(Developed by The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts)
(VSA Arts, 2009)
The Artistry of Water is a free, cross-disciplinary resource that encourages students to think critically about the connections between the visual arts and science—specifically, the study of our most important natural resource: water.
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (2012)
Chapter 1 Introduction: A Guide for Inclusive Practice In Your Classroom
Chapter 2 All About Me (18 Lessons)
Chapter 3 How I Go From Here to There (12 Lessons)
Chapter 4 Feeling Hot, Cold and Wet (12 Lessons)
Chapter 5 The World Around Me (12 Lessons)
Chapter 6 Kindergarten Through 4th Grade National Standards for Arts Education
Chapter 7 Resources List
Chapter 8 Bibliography
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (2010)
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