I found this one while reading about blackface, racism, and diversity in opera:
And then one from a Manhattan Toy print add:
Here are the handouts we use for our Art ‘Out of the Box’ training module. This list is incomplete, but Continue Reading →
“Parents longing to protect their children from evil, scary things in the world do well to remember that this is the world to which we are preparing them to face. By hiding that world from their awareness, by trying to postpone or color the harsh realities of life, we are doing them a great disservice.” -Susanne Lakin, Twitter handle @
“Deeper meaning resides in the fairy tales told to me in my childhood than in the truth that is taught by life.” -German poet Friedrich Schiller
“The arts are an important part of a well-rounded education for all students. All of the arts – dance, music, theatre, and the visual arts – are essential to preparing our nation’s young people for a global economy fueled by innovation and creativity and for a social discourse that demands communication in images and sound as well as in text.” -Arne Duncan
Talk to them, they know cool stuff you don’t!
I love it!!
I’ve been reading a great early childhood book recently titled “Mind in the Making” by Ellen Gailinsky. It’s about the Continue Reading →