"The free play of art is the result of mastery. " --Ernst Fischer, The Necessity of Art

"Children are likely to live up to what you believe of them." --Ladybird Johnson

"...a well-trained ear, a well-trained intelligence, a well-trained heart, and a well-trained hand...." --Zoltan Kodaly


Learning Link, 105

There are times when it really helps to have directions....not that we always choose to follow them, mind you.  But still--it's often good to have a bit of an overview before starting.

One of the many places to start looking  is wikiHow.  As the name implies, it's a compendium of articles created by the users, with ideas about activities  from fixing bike brakes to writing a good thank you letter (a timely topic!).  As with most of these kinds of sites, the information may or may not be totally accurate at every point, but at least it's a good place to start,  I think.

Interested?  Check it out for yourself, here.

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