Egyptian Cat Mummies
These simple little sculptures are my variation on the cardboard tube owls that have been floating around on blogs and on Pinterest...
Egyptian Pyramid STEAM Lesson: Art Ed Blogger’s Network
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In the Art Room: Hump Day
After a long chat about fore-, middle- and background, we glued our camels into our Egyptian Landscape Collages. Here's a kid that really got the concept of objects diminishing in size. What would be more appropriate to chat about on this here Hump Day then a one-humped camel (which are called domedary in case you didn't know) and his habitat? My first grade artists finished up these Egyptian Landscape Collages last week and I thought I'd share them with you. I've been doing this landscape…
Fifth and sixth grade artists started making their Egyptian masks today in art class. They worked in groups of three: one student lay plaster strips on another's face, while the third read stories or replenished supplies. The whole process ran smoothly and demonstrated trust, responsibility and control.
Oh, what a RELIEF!
6th grade Egyptian "cartouche" carved in sheetrock Patty, at Deep Space Sparkle http://deepspacesparkle.blogspot.com/ admits she struggles with form-based (3-D) projects, especially due to the space/storage considerations etc. It was a conversation she began about this very topic that got me to start my blog last May (thanks, Patty!), and my first five or so posts were all papier-mache and other 3-D projects. I'm a freak for working 3 dimensionally. The kids love it. Patty posted about this…