Jacinda Bell
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Here's a fun way for kids to learn about music from different cultures. The thumb piano is a popular instrument throughout Africa. Experiment with the sound made by having the pins at different distances apart. Paint it your favorite colors and get playing! Check out all of Zylie's fun crafts and activities at https://www.zyliethebear.com

Here's a fun way for kids to learn about music from different cultures. The thumb piano is a popular instrument throughout Africa. Experiment with the sound made by having the pins at different distances apart. Paint it your favorite colors and get playin

Zebra craft. Could even make cardboard/heavy cardstock white zebra; let students wrap black yarn for stripes. Paint stripes, put white zebra on tray, dip marble in black paint and roll marble back and forth over zebra. Can use black yarn for mane.

Could even make cardboard/heavy cardstock white zebra; let students wrap black yarn for stripes. Paint stripes, put white zebra on tray, dip marble in black paint and roll marble back and forth over zebra. Can use black yarn for mane.

"Artful Animals", activity guide for students. Showcases African animals, which serve as metaphors for qualities such as leadership and moral values. | Resource developed by National Museum of African Art, National Zoo and National Postal Museum

Very Good Website with detail info for teaching art. "Artful Animals", activity guide for students. Showcases African animals, which serve as metaphors for qualities such as leadership and moral values.

Art Smarts 4 Kids: Create Your Own African Djembe Drum

Grade Favorite Music Websites (Instruments)- Art Smarts 4 Kids: Create Your Own African Djembe Drum - says for grade and up but could it be done with younger kids?

Projects for Kids- Marble Painted Zebra #kids #crafts

This marble painted zebra is made up of several projects for kids. They get to marble paint, work on cutting skills, and create a really cute zebra craft.

Cut paper African masks

Thanks to Tishalou for her awesome post on art from around the world. It inspired my lessons this week! We started some cut paper African masks in grade and they are loving it! The first pictur…