Daedal Doodle isn’t just an ABC book; it is also the basis for a teaching curriculum that helps children develop literacy skills such as reading, writing and vocabulary acquisition. Students learn new words by reading through the dictionary, and then depict visual narratives for those new words–integrating a form of learning that enhances creativity and reinforces word meaning memory and recognition.
With arts funding reduced to less than $2 per student in many school districts across the country, it is important to identify well-designed, cost-effective arts education programs. This guide provides an introduction to, and overview of, the method Victor Stabin used to create Daedal Doodle. The method can be easily replicated with just a dictionary, a pencil, a sheet of paper, and unlimited imagination.
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