Teaching Young Children to Make Picture Books

Teaching young children to make picture books provides the opportunity to both record and to share personal experiences in a unique format. Two powerful modes of thought and expression, the linguistic and the visual, are naturally integrated in the process of picture bookmaking. The public recognition of picture bookmaking efforts empowers young children who are struggling to master the reading and writing processes as they gain an understanding of how text and image work together to tell the story. The increased self-confidence which comes from mastery of both bookmaking and illustrating techniques is beneficial for all children.

Author: 
Jeffrey C. Brewster
Publisher: 
Early Childhood Education Journal
Resource Category: 
Documents
Relevant to: 
Researchers
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