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Southwestern Faux Silver & Turquoise Jewelry | crayola.com

Enhance an investigation in the heritage of the American southwest with the creation of faux southwestern silver and turquoise jewelry.

Totem Pole Craft. A great idea for a collaborative project and a history lesson at the same time.

Colorful totem poles are fascinating symbols of Native American cultures. Take a look at these Totem Pole Craft Projects For Kids, which can be made from recycled material such as plastic bottles, tin cans or egg cartons.

Blog post- Cute way to get your kids writing!  Create a story with the animals on your totem pole! My kids were so excited to tell their story of their own totem pole!

Native American Unit

LESSON A: Totem Poles. This pin brings us to a page with totem pole craft…

Make a beautiful Navajo-style bracelet. Students explore traditional jewelry-making with this silvery Southwestern-U.S. project.

Make a beautiful Navajo-style bracelet. Students explore traditional jewelry-making with this silvery Southwestern-U.

In the Art Room: Let's Make Sushi!

In the Art Room: Let's Make Sushi! (Cassie Stephens)

Cassie Stephens: In the Art Room: Let's Make Sushi! (Caterina sort of wishes Cassie Stephens had been her art teacher!

Kandinsky shrinky dinks

Art Projects for Kids: Shrinky Dink Jewelry, Kandinsky Style Mar 2011

Fourth grade students created kachinas as part of their study of  Native Americans.  They looked at several hand made kachinas and photos of authentic kachinas for ideas.  The body is made of recyc...

Kachina Sculpture

Fourth grade students created kachinas as part of their study of Native Americans. They looked at several hand made kachinas and photos of authentic kachinas for ideas. The body is made of recyc.

Here’s a craft project for the big kids – creating shiny, embossed foil pendants with a few simple materials. Making these requires a gentle touch, but they are simple and addicting to make.

Foil Pendant Craft for Kids

Here’s a craft project for the big kids – creating shiny, embossed foil pendants with a few simple materials. Making these requires a gentle touch, but they are simple and addicting to make. My girls and I made piles of.

Native American style faux-leather (terra cotta clay) warrior shield by my 3rd grade student; lesson by art teacher: Susan Joe

Native American style faux-leather (terra cotta clay) warrior shield by my grade student; lesson by art teacher: Susan Joe

Native American sand art

One of our Social Studies standards is about Native Americans. It's probably one of my favorite units of all!

Dream Catchers | Middle School Art | Crayon, wet on wet watercolor technique that creates sensational dream catchers using a drip effect. Step-by-step art lesson tutorial included!

Dream Catchers: Crayon, wet on wet watercolor technique.

Artsonia Art Museum :: third grade teacups

Artsonia Art Exhibit :: Grade Teacups Inspired by Alice in Wonderland (LaRocca)

Kids will love seeing these adorable bunnies adorn your holiday table. Roll equal lengths of colored paper around two cardboard tubes and glue ends. Glue the tubes together as shown in photo. Cut out two matching ears, color the inside of ears pink and glue between tubes.

Cardboard Tube Bunny

Easter Bunny using toilet paper rolls, goggly eyes, pink and white paper and a cotton ball.

WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE ART ROOM??: 5th Grade Asian Lanterns

WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE ART ROOM?: gorgeous Grade Asian Lanterns with template. See post comments for detailed instructions.

Cassie Stephens: In the Art Room: Sandra Silberzweig Selfies with Third Grade

I& doing something new this winter: an art show with Artome. If you aren& familiar, it& an organization that will frame student art work and completely transform you school into an art museum for p

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