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Pasta ketting maken - stap voor stap uitleg
Een stijlvolle pasta ketting maken doe je zo. Duidelijke uitleg hoe je kind zelf een mooie indianen pasta ketting verft en rijgt.
Cardboard Dala Horse (3 ways) — ART CAMP
I have been obsessed with horses since I was 6 years old. I started taking riding lessons when I was 8 and got a horse of my own when I was 10. I competed in hunter/jumper until my freshman year of high school. If you follow me on Pinterest , you may have seen my horse-crazy-girl board n
Kids' Crafts with Recycled Materials - Petit & Small
Via Here we are lots of kids’ crafts! We really like entertaining them while they develop their creativity and surprise us with their skills. Is there anything better than making crafts with recycled materials (yes, all those things we have at home and can be easily obtained). We have carton boxes, plastic bottles and even […]
Totem Poles (4th)
2019 Disclaimer: As I'm becoming more informed about cultural appropriation, I've become aware that I probably did not have all the background necessary to do this project justice. With that being said, as art educators we all need to do what is best for our students to meet their needs. Feel free to read on.. but I'm not sure that I would teach this lesson again. To learn more about cultural appropriation in art education, please check out this wonderfully informative article by Artful…
Geography/History: Paper Towel Totem Poles
We have begun discussing the Native Americans/American Indians in the History component of our Sonlight Curriculum. One morning last week, I read... ...North American Indians by Marie and Douglas Gorsline tot he kiddos. It is a really good book, full of fun facts and pictures about many of the different tribes who lived/live in North America. One of the tribes on the Northwest coast made totem poles to display the members of their families- kind of like a "wooden Family portrait." So…