We are all different, but we all have similarities, even children with special needs. This book was written to raise awareness of the importance of all children. The story points out our similarities. We have pets, families, and a places we call home. All children are important. This book is a short fictional story written from the perspective of a young girl with special needs. Included with the story, step-by-step drawing instructions of illustrations from the story are printed in the back. These instructions are easy to follow for children or parents assisting their children. Instruction begins with one line or shape and continues adding one line and shape at a time. Each new addition is printed in a different color to help the student visually locate the new line. With such precise instruction, learners quickly learn how to self guide their way through the other lessons. Best of all, we learn to value all individuals.
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good for my kids
easy way to teach a kid to draw something
A great resource in my classroom!!!
I am a Kindergarten teacher and my students love using this book weekly in our Art/Creation Station. Mrs. Mangrum has done an excellent job teaching art and academics through her books. I have her whole collection for my students to use. I would highly recommend this book!!
I rated this book a5 because they book really teaches you how to draw.