maria yorwarth
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Paper Sculptures: These paper sculptures were made by kindergarteners and first-graders learning about composition in abstract art. Simple colored construction paper, Elmer's art paste, and cardboard squares were all that was required. The three-dimensional quality and vibrant coloring make these pieces look surprisingly sophisticated and cool. Photo: Art-Actually.blogspot.com

Paper Sculptures: These paper sculptures were made by kindergarteners and first-graders learning about composition in abstract art. Simple colored construction paper, Elmer's art paste, and cardboard squares were all that was required. The three-dimensional quality and vibrant coloring make these pieces look surprisingly sophisticated and cool. Photo: Art-Actually.blogspot.com

Goals Taking Shape- students write down goals for the year on white paper- roll into a cone shape and make a class sculpture.

Goals Taking Shape- students write down goals for the year on white paper- roll into a cone shape and make a class sculpture.

Free templates for 3D shape nets- I really could have used this. Few weeks ago! Perfect tool for me to go back and retract!!!

Free templates for 3D shape nets- I really could have used this. Few weeks ago! Perfect tool for me to go back and retract!!!

3D Kirigami Stars! This mixed- media project was a huge hit with all students! I adore reading them: "I am a star because I have a lot of freckles." "I am a star because I am loved." "I am a star because I know how to do a flip!"

3D Kirigami Stars! This mixed- media project was a huge hit with all students! I adore reading them: "I am a star because I have a lot of freckles." "I am a star because I am loved." "I am a star because I know how to do a flip!"

From Te Papa - Matariki Education Resource - This unit of work aims to raise your students’ awareness of Matariki, a significant festival that is celebrated throughout Aotearoa New Zealand. It is designed for both Early Childhood and Primary learners, and has cross curricular links with the 5 strands of Te Whāriki, as well as Social Sciences, Science, Literacy, and Learning Languages areas of the New Zealand Curriculum.

From Te Papa - Matariki Education Resource - This unit of work aims to raise your students’ awareness of Matariki, a significant festival that is celebrated throughout Aotearoa New Zealand. It is designed for both Early Childhood and Primary learners, and has cross curricular links with the 5 strands of Te Whāriki, as well as Social Sciences, Science, Literacy, and Learning Languages areas of the New Zealand Curriculum.