Lessons for Jewelry Making

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  • Designing a Classic Jewelry Box with Marquetry - … for Teachers home Visual Arts Lesson: Bench Designing a Classic Jewelry Box with Marquetry Relevant TEKS Knowledge and skills. Complete TEKS … underneath. Have students cut their shapes with x-acto knife, making sure they cut through each layer of construction paper. Next … the box. Evaluation Marquetry process should be evident in completed jewelry box. Symmetry Procedure and repetition of color pattern should be …
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  • TRB 5:5 - Activity 2: The Living Corn Necklace - … corn 2 cotton balls for each student 1 small plastic jewelry bag for each student 1 Dent corn seed for each … : "Living Necklace Kits" with enough materials ((seeds, cotton, yarn and jewelry bags) for 75 students are available for $6.Dent corn … make a "Living Necklace " ((plastic jewelry bag, cotton balls, and yarn), permanent marker(s)and a cup of water. Direct students to make … Indian corn seed on it and place it in the jewelry bag so that it faces the side labeled "2 ". e …
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  • "J" letter ideas - … such as junk food, jeans, jewelry, (I save the ads from Christmas with all the jewelry included for this activity), Human Bar … jellybeans - use these for sorting and counting activities * How about JEWELRY!!!!!!! Stinging beads for necklaces and bracelets... One of my kids … with a little water to make scented water colors. You could make jello jigglers for a snack or make juice by squeezing oranges …
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  • Sweetheart Jewelry - … Valentine traditions. Start a conversation with heart-stopping Model MagicA jewelry! 1. What is the sweetest part of Valentinea s Day … a shiny look for your jewelry, mix equal amounts of Crayola School Glue and water to make a glaze. Cover your art … of the string together to safely wear Sweetheart Jewelry. Will you keep the jewelry, or give it as a gift to someone … tied and knotted. Children identify other familiar sweet treats and make replicas into wearable art. Imagine a candy-bar pendant, ice …
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  • Ccjhs Annual Fashion Day - … of quadrilaterals. You must also select two pieces of costume jewelry ( a necklace, bracelet or earrings), which can only be created … final clothing piece are due on Day 3. (The teacher makes copies of the completed chart for the remaining groups to … Clothing Measurement Yards to Inches Perimeter: *Show work for conversion Jewelry Measurement Inches to CM Perimeter: Area: Perimeter: Area: Perimeter: Area …
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  • Living Corn Necklace - … Materials ? 2 cotton balls for each student ? 1 small plastic jewelry bag for each student ? 1 dent corn seed for each … make a “Living Necklace ” (plastic jewelry bag, cotton balls, and yarn), permanent marker(s) and a cup of water. Direct students to make … Indian corn seed on it and place it in the jewelry bag so that it faces the side labeled “2.” • Seal the bag. • String the yarn through the hole in the jewelry bag. Tie a knot in the end of the string …
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  • Dolls in Tunics & Teddies in Togas: A Roman Costume Project - … and buttons for jewelry (small brass buttons are ideal for bullae and signet rings) * Newspaper or butcher paper for making patterns and … , and weapons * Copper or silver wire for creating torques and jewelry * Burlap and other heavy-gauge fabrics * Baskets * Fake leaves, grapes … wore and how they embellished themselves, including their shoes, hairstyles, jewelry, tools, and weapons. Students should keep track of their sources …
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  • "J" letter ideas - … such as junk food, jeans, jewelry, (I save the ads from Christmas with all the jewelry included for this activity), Human Bar … jellybeans - use these for sorting and counting activities * How about JEWELRY!!!!!!! Stinging beads for necklaces and bracelets... One of my kids … with a little water to make scented water colors. You could make jello jigglers for a snack or make juice by squeezing oranges …
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  • Sparkling African Collar Necklace - … Collar Necklace Transform an ordinary paper plate into stylish ethnic jewelry! Similar necklaces are worn by many groups of people in … wear them, and how the jewelry is made. Locate the region on a map. 2. To make a replica of these stunning … place the necklace around your neck. Proudly wear your unique jewelry! Adult supervision is required for any arts & crafts project. Observe … historic jewelry with paper plates. Hold a fashion show in which you explain the origins of your accessories. Take pictures and make
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  • Sun Catchers - … Secondary Subjects - Other Grade Level - 4th- 12th Materials Needed:Nylon jewelry string Small, medium and large glass or plastic beads (glass works better) Silver or gold jewelry wire (very thin gauge) Scissors Wire jewelry cutters Ruler Mosaic mirrored glass squares (optional … .Using the wire jewelry cutters, help the student to cut about a 3-inch piece of wire and make a hook and …
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