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4 edition of Draw Me a Star found in the catalog.

Draw Me a Star

  • 142 Want to read
  • 12 Currently reading

Published by Rebound by Sagebrush .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Art (painting sculpture artists architecture etc.),
  • Nature & the Natural World - General,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s 4-8 - Picturebooks,
  • Artists,
  • Drawing,
  • Fiction,
  • Children: Kindergarten

  • The Physical Object
    FormatSchool & Library Binding
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9382962M
    ISBN 100613048822
    ISBN 109780613048828


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Draw Me a Star by Eric Carle Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Draw Me a Star, Eric Carle celebrates the imagination in all of us with a beguiling story about a young artist who creates a world of light and possibility. "A remarkable, quintessentially simple book encompassing Creation, creativity, and the cycle of life within the Cited by: 2.

Draw Me a Star is a book that includes many topics that might be questionable to teach in a classroom, which is why it is a "challenged book". For example, there are many parallels between this story and biblical stories, such as Adam & Eve, the significance of a rainbow, and the creation of the world/5.

In Draw Me a Star, Eric Carle celebrates the imagination in all of us with a beguiling story about a young artist who creates a world of light and possibility. "A remarkable, quintessentially simple book encompassing Creation, creativity, and the cycle of life /5(8).

About Draw Me a Star. This is a story of an artist who, from his earliest years, draws. The artist draws a star. Then, the tree, house, flowers, clouds, rainbow, and night. In drawing, he discovers not only his art, but his life. Holding on to his star, he creates a world of light and possibility.

In "Draw Me a Star," Eric Carle celebrates the imagination in all of us with a beguiling story about a young artist who creates a world of light and possibility.

A remarkable, quintessentially 5/5(1). FreeBookNotes found 3 sites with book summaries or analysis of Draw Me a Star. If there is a Draw Me a Star SparkNotes, Shmoop guide, or Cliff Notes, you can find a link to each study guide below.

Among the summaries and analysis available for Draw Me a Star, there is 3 Book Reviews. Title: Draw Me a Star Author & Illustrator: Eric Carle Interdisciplinary Theme: Outer Space Rationale: Draw Me a Star by Eric Carle is a book that has numerous colors and pictures to look at.

The story is based off of the Creation Story in the Bible. By Eric Carle An disembodied voice commands an artist to draw a star and the hellish helix of conditioned response spirals out of control. The universe is created and destroyed at the whim of a madman or madwoman and all you, the reader, can do is hold on for dear life.

The art's nice, too. Draw Me a Star is a colourful and entertaining picture book from Eric Carle, author-illustrator of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, that teaches children about drawing and creativity.

In this colourful and imaginative story about drawing, children are introduced to one of the essential creative activities of early childhood/5(90). Review: Draw Me a Star is another great Carle book (think: The Very Hungry Caterpillar).

The story follows a young artist through life, beginning and ending with his drawing of a star. The story follows a young artist through life, beginning and ending with his drawing of a star. Carle says this extraordinary book came from a memory and a dream.

The memory was of his German grandmother showing him how to draw a simple star. In the dream, a bright shooting star picked him up and carried him across the night sky. The memory was the beginning of the story, and the dream was the end. The middle, he writes, was easy.

There are many methods of how to draw a star. I will show you how I do it, because this one works best for me. If you know how to draw stars even better, simpler and easier, please let me know, I want to learn it.

The best way is to start with a circle. Basic thing you absolutely want know is that a circle has degrees. You can draw any star. we've been really into Eric Carle books of our latest favorite books is Draw Me a Star by Eric Carle. aside from the gorgeous imagery that is typical of Eric Carle, i love the way the text and images intertwine and have an alternate meaning for Bear and i.

Zeebra Books. During his youth, this gifted authorartist explains in his newest book's afterword, his German grandmother would often draw him a star while chanting a nonsense rhyme.

Taking that symbol as his foundation, Carle here creates a world pulsating with life and color-a world that bursts forth from a good star sketched by a young artist. Editions for Draw Me a Star: (Paperback published in ), (Hardcover published in ), (Paperback published in ) Cited by: 2.

Excellence at many levels. Published by User, 16 years ago. This one of Eric Carle's best works, and can be enjoyed by many ages and at many levels.

First, there's the art, which is as bright and bold as his later works (Papa get me 5/5(5). The moon bids the now-elderly artist to draw another star, and as the story ends, the artist travels “across the night sky” hand-in-hand with the star.

This book will appeal to readers of all ages; its stunning illustrations, spare text, and simple story line make it a good choice for story hour, but older children will also find it. “Draw Me A Star, written and illustrated by Eric Carle, the author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, is another cyclical book, and a good one to read at bedtime.

An artist is asked by an unseen friend to draw a star. The star then asks the artist to draw the sun. The sun asks for a tree, and before long an entire universe has sprung up. After reading the Eric Carle book Draw Me A Star, students will put labeled icons into the proper sequence as they happened in the story.

Students will find evidence in the text to prove the sequence is accurate by going back into the story. Next, students will draw their own star using crayons and then use paint over them.

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Draw Me a Star (Paperstar Book) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.

Draw me a star. And the artist drew a star. It was a good star. Draw me a sun, said the star. And the artist drew a sun. And on the artist draws, bringing the world to life picture by beautiful picture until he is spirited across the night sky by a star that shines on all he has made/5(K).

Draw Me A Star activities {Eric Carle} Crayon Freckles supports making the most of childhood with creative play and learning activities.

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A remarkable, quintessentially simple book encompassing Creation, creativity, and the cycle of life within the eternal.

Introduced on the title page as a toddler drawing the first of five lines to make a star, an artist ages until, at the end, he's an old man who takes hold of a star to travel the night sky.

Meanwhile, the first star says, "Draw me the sun"; the sun says, "Draw me a tree," and. Draw me a star. And the artist drew a star. It was a good star. Draw me a sun, said the star. And the artist drew a sun. And on the artist draws, bringing the world to life picture by beautiful picture until he is spirited across the night sky by a star that shines on all he has made.

Draw Me a Star by Eric Carle and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Draw Me a Star by Eric Carle - AbeBooks Passion for books.

You can draw with a pencil and when you finish, trace the outer lines with a marker to get the perfect star without the lines inside.

Start by drawing a horizontal line from left to right. Continue by drawing a line at an angle. Next line should go at an angle and up to the top of the star drawing. You are almost there. Now draw a line from the. This Eric Carle craft was inspired by his gorgeous book “Draw Me a Star.” We then created tissue paper stars to make a wall hanging.

This post. Created by Eric Carle Picture Book Museum of Art Watch the Video Share Children’s Literature Legacy Award Acceptance Speech given by Eric Carle. A Presentation by Anna Weslock Eric Carle's German grandmother would often draw him a star while chanting a nonsense rhyme.

Taking that symbol as his foundation, Carle creates a world pulsating with life and color. Some believe that he could be contemplating his life and work as. Another Eric Carle book that has wonderful techniques of artwork and also gives readers instruction to draw a star, A child is shown in the beginning pages of the book drawing a star, then a man, a man and woman then animals.

The book talks about an artist that draws a /5(35). Draw Me A Star. By Eric Carle. For the life of me I could not think of why this book would end up on any banned book list. So I sat down recently to re-read it, trying to get into the mindset of why it would be considered objectionable.

It’s amazing how quickly one can pick up on things like that pretty quickly when you’re looking for it. Classroom extension ideas: One way I would use it in the classroom is to have the children draw each of the things in the book and make their own Draw Me a Star book.

Another way I would use this book is when we talk about shapes/5(35). Draw Me a Star, The artist’s drawing of a star begins the creation of an entire universe around him as each successive pictured object requests that he draw more.

Based on Eric Carle’s recollection of his grandmother’s way of drawing a star (directions included), this seemingly simple story also provides insights into an artist’s. Sketchpad: Free online drawing application for all ages. Create digital artwork to share online and export to popular image formats JPEG, PNG, SVG, and PDF.

After reading the Eric Carle book Draw Me A Star, students will put labeled icons into the proper sequence as they happened in the story. Students will find evidence in the text to prove the sequence is accurate by going back into the story.

Next, students will draw their own star using crayons and then use paint over them.4/5. Draw Me a Star Craft Easy Draw Me a Star Craft to go along with the Eric Carle Book, Draw Me a Star. Fun and easy craft activity for preschool or kindergarten. Draw Me a Star Craft Easy Draw Me a Star Craft to go along with the Eric Carle Book, Draw Me a Star.

This is a lesson on to make a star book with paper. It involves folding paper and gluing it to another. When you are finished you can open it up to a larger piece of paper and draw on it. Make a star book.

Access Google Sites with a free Google account (for personal use) or G Suite account (for business use). Moved Permanently. nginx. After reading Draw Me a Star by Eric Carle, have kids finger paint a full sheet of paper with green and have them make lines and streaks in it for texture.

Let dry. **Before working with a different color have kids rinse fingers in tubs of water placed at each table. Do the same with another color. Draw Me a Star Story Map Multi-Leveled Lesson With these multi-leveled lessons, students are encouraged to explore the important elements of any fiction text to support comprehension.

We read the story Draw Me a Star and made these super easy tin foil stars. I got the idea of drawing on tin foil from Pinterest! We are also working on an Eric Carle alphabet.

I love how they are coming out! Partners created Very Hungry stories together. You can find the template : Mrs. Clancy.