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The Art Curator for Kids - Wordless Wednesday - Lorna Simpson, Untitled (A lie is not a shelter), 1989 - 300

The Art Curator for Kids - Wordless Wednesday - Lorna Simpson, Untitled (A lie is not a shelter), 1989 - 300

The Art Curator for Kids - Wordless Wednesday - Martin Puryear, Ladder for Booker T. Washington, 1996 - 300

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The Art Curator for Kids - Wordless Wednesday - Martin Puryear, Ladder for Booker T. Washington, 1996 - 300

Art of the Civil Rights Movement - Use Art to Teach History - the Art Curator for Kids

Art of the Civil Rights Movement

Art of the Civil Rights Movement - Use Art to Teach History - the Art Curator for Kids

The Art Curator for Kids - Photograph Analysis Learning Activities and Printable Worksheet - Analyze Historic Photographs with Kids - 300

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The Art Curator for Kids - Photograph Analysis Learning Activities and Printable Worksheet - Analyze Historic Photographs with Kids - 300

The Art Curator for Kids - Masterpiece Monday - Betye Saar - The Liberation of Aunt Jemima - Art Projects - Art Interpreation - Art Discussion Questions - 300

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The Art Curator for Kids - Masterpiece Monday - Betye Saar - The Liberation of Aunt Jemima - Art Projects - Art Interpreation - Art Discussion Questions - 300

I love this idea! You can actually get the stencil to use if you follow the link on this pin. Just click on the photo an then scroll down t download the pdf! Martin Luther King Day Window Art | Tried & True

I love this idea! You can actually get the stencil to use if you follow the link on this pin. Just click on the photo an then scroll down t download the pdf! Martin Luther King Day Window Art | Tried & True

This is one of my all-time favorite art and writing projects used to help celebrate the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior. After tracing their hands and part of the forearm onto light blue paper, students fill the piece with pen and ink designs. Cool colors are added with fine markers. Poetry beginning with the words, "Peace is in my hands" then flows around the outline.

This is one of my all-time favorite art and writing projects used to help celebrate the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior. After tracing their hands and part of the forearm onto light blue paper, students fill the piece with pen and ink designs. Cool colors are added with fine markers. Poetry beginning with the words, "Peace is in my hands" then flows around the outline.

{Civil Rights} Social Studies Leveled Reading Comprehension Passages - Perfect for Martin Luther King, Jr. day!

Civil Rights: Passages

{Civil Rights} Social Studies Leveled Reading Comprehension Passages - Perfect for Martin Luther King, Jr. day!

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