Design Decisions CD

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Design Decisions CD

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Develop a designer’s “touch” by navigating through four exciting sections of this CD. In Section I, “The Basic Touch”, youth will learn and apply basic design concepts to walls, windows and floors. Section II, “The Soft (Individual) Touch”, explores how to design with style as youth plan and select and care for furniture, fabrics and decorative items for a room. Section III, “The Finishing Touch” is all about accessories and adding personality and interest to a room. Section IV, “The Environmental Touch” challenges youth to create a home that is healthy, energy efficient, and conserves natural resources. This CD is aligned to National Standards for Family & Consumer Sciences, Visual Arts, Language Arts, Health, Science, and Math. The Design Decisions curriculum won a Silver award at the 2010 Association for Communications Excellence Competition. It was the category of Class 1 lb - Print: Four or More Colors.

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Develop a designer’s “touch” by navigating through four exciting sections of this CD. In Section I, “The Basic Touch”, youth will learn and apply basic design concepts to walls, windows and floors. Section II, “The Soft (Individual) Touch”, explores how to design with style as youth plan and select and care for furniture, fabrics and decorative items for a room. Section III, “The Finishing Touch” is all about accessories and adding personality and interest to a room. Section IV, “The Environmental Touch” challenges youth to create a home that is healthy, energy efficient, and conserves natural resources. This CD is aligned to National Standards for Family & Consumer Sciences, Visual Arts, Language Arts, Health, Science, and Math. The Design Decisions curriculum won a Silver award at the 2010 Association for Communications Excellence Competition. It was the category of Class 1 lb - Print: Four or More Colors.

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SKU 4H1610
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