The Friday Five: Random Fun
#1: I made this peanut butter chocolate cake a week or so ago. Yep. It was pretty darn good. But I NEED to stop baking! Ack! Oddly enough the recipe includes directions for a fluffy chocolate frosting but doesn't mention how much of the ingredients you need. So, I just used a chocolate frosting recipe from one of my cookbooks. #2: We had our Cub Scout Pack Meeting last week and had an international theme. The assistant Cubmaster found this fun craft for the kids to do, African Drums from…
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In the Art Room: The Art Show Part 1
A display of kindergarten abstract masterpieces. These paintings were created at the very beginning of the year during our line and color study. We coated them with glossy Modge Podge to help the colors pop. Well, my helper moms and I can finally sleep in! The school-wide, hang-up-and-display-everything-we've-made-all-year art show is ooooo-ver. I'd like to thank the kids for their hard work, my amazing mom-helpers who put in countless hours hanging masterpieces, my former student teacher…
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Khamsa Good Luck Hands Lesson Plan: Sculpture Activities and Lessons for Children and Kids: KinderArt
Students will learn about the use of symbolism in cultural art as they learn and use design elements in creating a Khamsa hand print.
Create Your Own African Djembe Drum
Like the African artisans you learned about yesterday, you can create your own Djembe (Jem-Bay) drum . This is a fun project, though it does...
West African Adinkra Printmaking
This is an West African printmaking project I did a few years ago with some Grade 6 students. from Pbs.org: http://www.pbs.org/wonders/Kids/cloth/cloth.htm Adinkra (ah-DEEN-krah) cloth is a hand-printed fabric made in Ghana. Developed by the Ashanti people, Adinkra cloths were traditionally made for royalty to wear at religious ceremonies. Through the years, people have also decorated the cloths to tell a story or to express their thoughts or feelings. Adinkra cloth is stamped and patterned…