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    Additional Resources
    Use these resources to teach your students about modern art. For specific resources about each of the fourteen artists, visit the Meet The Masters section.

    Books for Students:
    Art, Patrick McDonnell
    Ish, Peter H. Reynolds
    The Dot, Peter H. Reynolds
    Snail Trail: In Search of a Modern Masterpiece, Jo Saxton
    MoMA Art Basics for Kids, Phillip Yenawine
    Seen Art?, John Scieszka
    Secret Lives of Great Artists: What Your Teacher Never Told You About Master Painters and Sculptors, Elizabeth Lunday

    Books for Teachers:
    Express Yourself!: Activities and Adventures in Expressionism, Joyce Raimondo
    Make It Pop!: Activities and Adventures in Pop Art, Joyce Raimondo
    What’s the Big Idea?: Activities and Adventures in Abstract Art, Joyce Raimondo
    Imagine That!: Activities and Adventures in Surrealism, Joyce Raimondo
    Math Goggles: Teaching Kids to See the Magic and Multitude of Mathematics in Modern Art, Robin Ward
    MoMA Highlights, Harriet Schoenholz Bee and Cassandra Heliczer
    Pablo Picasso, Carolyn Lanchner
    Henri Matisse, Carolyn Lanchner
    Constantin Brancusi, Carolyn Lanchner
    Fernand Léger, Carolyn Lanchner
    Joan Miró, Carolyn Lanchner
    The Art of Romare Bearden, Ruth E. Fine
    Louise Bourgeois, Marie-Laure Bernadac
    Jackson Pollock, Carolyn Lanchner
    Jasper Johns, Carolyn Lanchner
    Andy Warhol, Carolyn Lanchner

    Web Resources:
    Destination Modern Art, The Museum of Modern Art
    Five Tips for Teaching with Works of Art video, The Museum of Modern Art
    Making Sense of Modern Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
    Teaching Art Since 1950, National Gallery of Art

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