Posted on: March 10, 2020
Teaching art and design to children with Special Educational Needs is challenging but immensely rewarding and fun, if you know what it is you want to achieve and how to do this. To help with your lesson planning, we've opened up 3 chapters of Maureen Glynn's Art and Design for Children with SEN to view for free.
In this engaging resource each chapter offers lesson plans, learning outcomes, and cross-curricular link suggestions for children aged 7-12 years (but this age range is flexible).
The chapters available are:
- Animals- past and present, which uses the various shapes and sizes of animals to provide a great source of inspiration and delight for children.
- Create a Picture Story, which focuses on children's picture books and are delightful if well illustrated and can capture the imagination.
- In the Style of... , which is about creating art the same way as a previous master, copying unique subject matters and techniques by artists such as Vincent Van Gogh, Sir Quentin Blake and JP Rooney.