Integrate art into your classroom with twenty art projects from around the world! Perfect for supporting geography, social studies, or even some history curricula, assignments include woven paper Kente cloth from Ghana, cat portraits from Egypt, flower paintings from Japan, Lascaux cave paintings from France, rain sticks from Chile, colonial quilts from North America, and more.
Each project includes an introduction to the culture or people who create such art, a materials-needed list, black-and-white photograph, teacher instructions, step-by-step project instructions, additional ideas, and a box of recommended resources. A full-color, glossy center section provides examples of finished projects. 64 reproducible pages, softcover. Grades 1-3.
Bring art into the classroom with 20 engaging projects that connect to social studies topics! Each project reflects the culture or geography of a different country, such as woven paper Kente cloth from Ghana and 3-D tree frogs from the rain forests of Brazil. Includes step-by-step directions and 8 full-color pages showing sample projects. For use with Grades 1-3.
Art educators with more than 30 years of combined classroom experience, Karen Backus, Linda Evans, and Mary Thompson live and teach in New York state. They are the authors of Art Projects That Dazzle & Delight (Grades K1 and 23) and 25 Terrific Art Projects Based on Favorite Picture Books (Scholastic Teaching Resources).
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