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Elephants can paint, too!
Learn about elephants and how they can paint just like human children in this true story of how Katya Arnold teaches painting to kids in Brooklyn and Asian elephants in Thailand.
|Statement||pictures and text by Katya Arnold.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2004017387|
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This project was inspired by the book Elephants Can Paint Too! by Katya Arnold. We read the book/watched the ebook version from "Between the Lions" and then watched a YouTube playlist of animals painting. We saw elephants, a dolphin, a dog, a penguin and chimpanzees painting. After getting really excited about watching the animals paint,. She gives many facts about an elephant but most importantly that they can be taught how to paint to. Everyone can paint, everyone paints differently, and at the end of painting you need to go wash your hands. Great book at comparing student humans with student elephants/5(21).
Elephants Can Paint Too! Written and Illustrated by Katya Arnold Anne Schwartz/Atheneum Books for Young Readers. This is a wonderful book for parents to read to young children. It tells the true story of elephants trained to make paintings. "I teach in two schools," Katya Arnold writes. "One is in the city. An educational video for kids. This video segment from Between the Lions is based on an edited version of the published book “Elephants Can Paint Too!” The clip compares the art done by elephants with art done by real kids in Thailand. Each elephant student gets a paint brush, and there are many ways for elephants to hold the brush in its trunk.
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Some elephants can paint. Arnold's unusual picture book centers on a group of pachyderms that do just that. They live in Thailand, where the slowing of the logging industry prompted the need to find alternative sources of funding for elephant care/5(12).
Elephants Can Paint Too is a great non fiction book that shows kids paintings done by animals as well as provides students too! book different facts about elephants. The book is filled with pictures painted by both animals and children.
I would use this book in the classroom as more of an informational book on animals and what they can do/5.
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Elephants Can Paint Too. by Katya Arnold - I teach in two schools. One is in the city. The other is in the jungle. Some of Elephants can paint students have ed on: Septem Elephants Can Paint Too.
Atheneum Books for Young Readers, - Juvenile Nonfiction - 40 pages. 6 Reviews. I teach in two schools. One is in the city.
The other is in the jungle. Some of 4/5(6). Elephants Can Paint Too. (Anne Schwartz Books) by Katya Arnold and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Elephants Can Paint Too - AbeBooks. Traveling to Thailand, India and Cambodia, they trained 30 elephants to paint and supplied their keepers with materials and ideas to keep the project in place.
Arnold recounts, in alternating text and photographs, the basics of teaching art to children and elephants, exploring similarities and differences between the two : Katya Arnold. Elephants Can Paint Too. Imagine teaching a student with a trunk. One teacher actually does.
Her students are elephants, and their paintings reveal their eye for. Arnold is an artist and a teacher at St. Ann's School in Brooklyn, and "Elephants Can Paint Too!" features photographs of both children and elephants painting. (Young readers will.
This video segment from Between the Lions is based on an edited version of the published book “Elephants Can Paint Too!” The clip compares the art done by elephants with art done by real kids in Thailand. Each elephant student gets a paint brush, and there are many ways for elephants to hold the brush in its trunk.
Some elephants drag the paint on the paper, others dab, some paint for a. Katya Arnold is the author of Elephants Can Paint Too. ( avg rating, ratings, 45 reviews, published ), Baba Yaga ( avg rating, 60 ratings /5. JUMBO BIG BOOK Elephants Can Paint Too. (Anne Schwartz Books) by Arnold, Katya.
Condition is Very Good. Shipped with USPS Priority Rating: % positive. Elephants Can Paint Too. by Katya Arnold. 5 Total Resources 1 Awards View Text Complexity Discover Like Books Grade; ; Asiatic elephant; Lists With This Book; Infusing Art into Social Studies + Show More - Show Fewer Details.
I do not own the rights to this book, it belongs to McGraw Hill Companies. Elephants Can Paint Too. - Duration: Lynette Leija views. ST 1 3 Lesson 17 Can Elephants Paint. Elephants Can Paint, Too. by Katya Arnold Rating: 5 stars I bought this book without checking it out from the library first.
I knew I would love it. I knew Lorelei would love it, and I knew Ben would love it. And, amazingly, I was right about it all.
Bobo of The Friends of the Elephant Hospital in Thailand comes to mind as this therapy helped him from an open head injury. However in the mainstream, painting is used as exploitation for profit. Elephants should be living their lives in their habitats and that is without /5. An art teacher teaches painting to young children in the city and to elephants in the jungle.
The children and elephants have more in common than you might expect. We learn about the elephants and children who learn to paint, and more general information about. Elephants Can Paint Too!, School And Library by Arnold, Katya, ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US After teaching painting to children for years, an artist ventures to Thailand to teach elephants how to do it as well and soon incredible works of art come to life by her new pupils in this true story about these incredible Asian elephants, enhanced with full.
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Art Explorers: Elephants Can Paint Too. This project was inspired by the book Elephants Can Paint Too. by Katya Arnold. We read the book/watched the ebook version from “Between the Lions” and then watched a YouTube playlist of animals painting. We saw elephants, a dolphin, a dog, a penguin and chimpanzees painting.
"When Elephants Paint" is lavishly illustrated with more than photographs, including actual elephant paintings. This riotously funny and provocative book offers valuable lessons about wildlife conservation in Thailand, as well as startling revelations about the nature of art itself.Elephants Can Paint Too!
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This book shows that people are like animals (specifically animals, too). A teacher successfully teaches elephants to paint. I think this book is good to use to show children that people and animals aren't all that different.
The pictures of elephants make the story more real and can help kids gain a better understanding.4/5(6).