Multicultural Activities

Collection by Mary Ann Sharpe

329 
Pins
 • 
145 
Followers
Mary Ann Sharpe
Free printable maps for use in classroom. Use with Apologia geography and history program Around the World in 180 Days. Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Tools, Teaching Resources, Montessori, World Geography, Geography Lessons, Teaching Geography, Teaching History, Geography Games

Walk through the Continents - Print Maps Large and Small - Free

Print out your own free big maps for kids. Make large maps to learn geography, US states, "where in the world". Europe, Asia, Africa, South America and more. Draw on them, color and trace journeys. Free classroom maps.

Cat Art - FOLK ART CAT print Ginger Orange Cat _ Over orders worldwide! Posca Art, Motifs Animal, Cat Art Print, Photo Chat, Cat Posters, Cat Quilt, Arte Popular, Popular Pins, Tile Art

This item is unavailable | Etsy

Find the perfect handmade gift, vintage & on-trend clothes, unique jewelry, and more… lots more.

How to make Paper Fortune Cookies - Includes free printable fortunes, both traditional Chinese fortunes and Bible verse slips for New Year's Eve, Chinese New Year, or any time of year. Birthday parties would be fun. Kids Crafts, New Year's Crafts, Diy And Crafts, Craft Projects, Paper Crafts, Owl Crafts, Holiday Crafts, Origami, Love Fortune Cookie

Paper Fortune Cookie Tutorial

You won't believe how easy it is to make these paper fortune cookies. They're inspired by the Silhouette machine template below, but you can make them almost as easily without a machine. When I saw these paper fortune cookies in the Silhouette store, I had to make some. I downloaded the files, picked out some papers, and got started. And then I realized that you could make these just as easily without a Silhouette machine. That's when I decided to share the tutorial here. Because, who…

 steps and all. Art at Becker Middle School: Amate bark painting in grade. a really fantastic lesson and appreciation of varied ways of perspective/etc Middle School Art Projects, High School Art, Classe D'art, 7th Grade Art, Ecole Art, Art Lessons Elementary, High Art, Art Lesson Plans, Art Classroom

Amate bark painting in 7th grade

Here is the start of our first painting project in 7th grade. Our inspiration comes from the Amate bark paintings of Mexico. These artworks combine vibrant colors with detailed black outlining on a pounded fig-bark background. Check out this youtube video showing the process of an Amate artwork. We began this lesson by sketching three different types of traditional landscapes: a mountain-scape, a seascape and a desert-scape (see slides posted below). We focused on creating three distinct…

Lesson on the Lascaux cave paintings in France. Students will examine the meanings behind cave art and how they were created. Create their own cave art using pastels and working on their pieces on the wall like the original artists did. Art Lessons For Kids, Art Lessons Elementary, Art For Kids, Kids Work, Art Pariétal, Op Art, Stone Age Art, Classe D'art, Ecole Art

WordPress.com

Awesome cave art lesson plan-- can use as a special program for summer reading!

Lampert Lampert John Next board but do it for art and music Bulletin Boards: Art From Around the World. Using a world map to link art to its origins. Use this concept for educational quotes and time zones. A World of Inspiration World Bulletin Board, Music Bulletin Boards, Classroom Displays, Classroom Decor, Music Classroom, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management, Middle School Art, Art School

I can definitely make this a project with 6th grade. Split them into groups and have them research music from an area in the world in the computer lab. Print a photo a give a short presentation to the class. Hang up the results next to the world map! or state map!

We are all about upcycling in the art room! These African Masks were make out of recycled microwave dinner trays, wood pieces, and rubber rings donated by the science dept. African Art Projects, African Crafts, 3d Art, Inka, 4th Grade Art, Graffiti Artwork, Africa Art, Thinking Day, Art Lessons Elementary

African Masks by 4th Grade

We are all about upcycling in the art room! These African Masks were make out of recycled microwave dinner trays, wood pieces, and rubber rings donated by the science dept.

Papel Amate, or Bark Paper, is a form of traditional Mexican paper with pre-Hispanic origins. Traditional bark paper was considered a specialty of the village shaman and was used for special rituals. Mexican Artwork, Mexican Paintings, Mexican Folk Art, Owl Paintings, Painting Lessons, Art Lessons, Mexican Flowers, Latino Art, Mexico Art

Bark Paintings Collection - Flowers and Birds - BRK535

Papel Amate, or painted bark paper, is an art form with clear pre-Hispanic origins. The handmade paper was originally considered a specialty of the village shaman and used only for special rituals.