This is a fun way for kids to experiment with 3-D form without spending a lot of dough - use old magazines or newspaper! You will need a reasonable amount of tape, but that's it. Roll tubes from the pages and assemble! Start with a three or four sided base and go upward from there. Some classes raided the yarn scraps and paper strip scraps for additional details. Students could work in teams or independently.
Sunday, May 12, 2019
Can you tell I'm trying to catch up on my sadly neglected blog? Doubling up on the content for each post :).
Fourth graders learned about community murals and their purposes - beautification, advertising, sharing a message. We drew plans on printed images and used a planning sheet for working out/explaining what the intention of our mural was.
First graders looked at the art of Beverly Buchanan and created 3-D shacks from recycled materials we saved in the art room. Folk artists often use what they have or find rather than buying specific art materials.