By Linda J Arons
Enjoyable, speedy, and straightforward as pie, those paintings classes are given in an easy recipe structure. the writer contains vocabulary, worthwhile fabrics, step by step directions, evaluate strategies, feedback for curriculum integration, and follow-up actions. discover paintings ideas, college, crafts, drawing, portray, vacation and seasonal paintings, multicultural paintings, and curriculum connections. the range and scope of those actions will entice either skilled and amateur academics. Grades 1-6.
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Page 51 Ceramic Bowls (Coiled) cont. ) Coil the rope to form the base of a bowl (Fig. A). D Build the wall of the bowl to a desired height and width (Fig. B). Smooth clay so coils are no longer visible (Fig. C). Carve designs or figures into the sides of the bowl (Fig. D) using toothpicks or other carving tools. Allow clay to dry for a week or two before firing. Glaze, if desired, and fire. Tasting Critique Is bowl fairly level and smooth? Are the carvings attractive? Did student roll out rope evenly?
B). B Page 15 Symmetry Name Design cont. ) Trace the pencil lines with a black marking pen. Add lines to connect the letters (Fig. C). Remember, whatever is drawn on one side must be drawn on the other. C Color the design with crayons or marking pens, using the same colors on both sides of the fold. Add designs inside some or all of the shapes. When complete, your name does not have to be recognizable. Tasting Critique Is the design symmetrical? Is there detail in the design? Was the work done neatly?
Discuss the dominance, placement, and overlapping of paper pieces. Page 21 Texture Collage (Paper Only) cont. ) Student: Tear or cut paper into pieces. Vary the size, shape, and color, keeping dominance in mind. Glue the paper pieces onto background paper to make a design. Pieces may overlap one another. Tasting Critique Was the work done neatly? Was dominance of size, shape, and/or color used? Stirring In the Curriculum Refer to Anno's Italy by Misumasa Anno, The Carolers by Georgia Guback, or Sundiata: Lion King of Mali by David Wisniewski, in which the illustrations are done as cut-paper collages.
Art Projects Made Easy: Recipes for Fun by Linda J Arons