By Linda J Arons

Enjoyable, speedy, and straightforward as pie, those paintings classes are given in an easy recipe structure. the writer comprises vocabulary, important fabrics, step by step directions, evaluate options, feedback for curriculum integration, and follow-up actions. discover paintings rules, college, crafts, drawing, portray, vacation and seasonal artwork, multicultural paintings, and curriculum connections. the diversity and scope of those actions will attract either skilled and beginner lecturers. Grades 1-6.

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Page 28 Salads and Vegetables (Collage) Rectangle Reversals Cooking Terms positive/negative space reverse shape Ingredients/Utensils 9"-x-12" sheets of black construction paper 5"-x-7" sheets of construction paper (assorted colors) Pencils Scissors Glue Directions Teacher: Discuss positive/negative space. Demonstrate how to cut out and "flip" or "split" shapes (see Fig. B). Student: Draw various shapes (two per side) along four sides of 5"-x-7" white or colored paper so that the edge of the paper forms one side of each shape (Fig.

Refer to Fossil, a volume in the Eye Witness Series, by Paul D. Taylor, which depicts several illustrations of plant fossils. What Shall We Cook Up Tomorrow? Design a bowl or dish using leaf prints. Page 50 Bread Making (Crafts) Ceramic Bowls (Coiled) Note: Most students really enjoy working with clay. Before beginning this recipe, have them explore this artistic medium. Cooking Terms ceramic clay coil fire glaze kiln knead pottery Ingredients/Utensils 12''-x-18" or 18"-x-24" sheets of manila paper to protect surfaces Ceramic clay Water containers Toothpicks or other carving tools Glaze (optional) Paintbrushes (optional) Directions Teacher: Discuss the origin and history of clay.

Try drawing and coloring the shapes in place of cutting and gluing. For the very advanced, try cutting out both the positive and negative shapes and piecing them together like a puzzle. Page 32 Salads and Vegetables (Collage) Yarn Pictures Cooking Terms collage texture Ingredients/Utensils 10"-20" lengths of yarn Cardboard or tagboard (stiff paper can be substituted) Scissors Glue Pencils Directions Teacher: Discuss the definition of collage (see teacher directions, page 20). Decide on a plan or design for the project, such as holiday motifs (hearts or pumpkins), circles (see the recipes "Circle Art," page 4, and "African Circle Art," page 114), spring flowers, and so on.

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