Rod & Staff Art

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sjloverink

  • Reviewed on Tuesday, September 6, 2011
  • Grades Used: 2nd grade
  • Dates used: 2011
We didnt like this part of Rod and Staff, the art ideas were not what I thought they would be. They were too boring for my son and I. Needs more child friendly, and needs to be more interesting.

dlstrubhar

  • Reviewed on Friday, April 11, 2008
  • Grades Used: 1st-8th
  • Dates used: 1990-
This is the same as art with a purpose. Read my review there.
A great curriculum. Simple, and inexpensive

stephanie m.

  • Reviewed on Tuesday, April 24, 2007
  • Grades Used: 4th
  • Dates used: 2007
I really like this program. My daughter just started- we will be doing it through the summer. I loved it! I have younger children(1,3,5,), and they wanted to do it too. I made a copy of the coloring sheet and gave them the instructions. They all had a wonderful time, and it even led to a discussion about stained glass, which tied into our midieval unit study. The pictures they made are beautiful. This program seems to teach basic art-shading,using colors,sketching. It only costs 5.oo, and you don't need a bunch of odd supplies. Just the normal things you would have around.

huck

  • Reviewed on Thursday, June 1, 2006
  • Grades Used: kindergarten, 3rd grade
  • Dates used: 2005-2006
We used this art program for Kindergarten and 3rd grade. Cute and easy crafts, and some discussion of shading and procedure in the lessons. Great price and it made art fun for our family.
I will be using it again for next year.