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Monday, October 24, 2016
New - Ed Emberley Curriculum Guides
This past summer, teachers from Worcester’s Jacob Hiatt Magnet School partnered with WAM to create curriculum tied to the Kahbahbloom exhibition. These curricula, which are specific to various grade standards in Kindergarten through 2nd grade, are available on the Museum’s website:
· Glad Monster, Sad Monster: A Book About Feelings
· The Story of Paul Bunyan
· Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book
Jacob Hiatt Magnet School students, staff, and families are excited to have the opportunity to engage with the work of Ed Emberley who is still alive and is a resident of Massachusetts, in intimate ways. They have been examining the prolific body of Emberley’s work in art classes, and this has allowed them to bring to life their own ideas by creating and illustrating. Ed Emberley is an artist who sees the world through the eyes of a child. He is the perfect artist for elementary art students who often see the world through lines, shapes, and forms. Through Emberley, they are able to make connections and synthesize basic elements of Art into their own reality. The trip to WAM will be the highlight for students. To see Emberley’s work up close after seeing it in their studies will be a rewarding experience.
Learn more about KAHBAHBLOOOM: The Art and Storytelling of Ed Emberley
- Jyoti Datta, Principal, Jacob Hiatt Magnet School
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