Lessons for Jewelry Making

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  • Patterns: Just What Am I Looking At? - … around us. We recognize them easily enough but making patterns can be tricky. Making our own patterns helps us to anticipate how … create artwork or jewelry using the shapes of pattern pieces. Science: During a unit on classification, have students make a slideshow of … of the videostreamed program about variables in patterns. Have students make up patterns with mathematical patterns using variables. Give students lots …
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  • Introduction to China - … owner of imperial rank. Hats, badges, small purses, belts, and jewelry are all examples of further adornments with the potential to … dragon. For others, dragons were special protectors. Chinese dragons could make themselves as large as the universe or as small as … the BACKGROUND of this robe? Bright blue connecting lines that make a background for other SYMBOLS. Do these lines look familiar …
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  • A Drip in Time Saves Nine - … mammoths. 2. Create scale models: • Introduce the term proportion and make sure students know how to find a proportion mathematically. • Review … . Ask students to discuss any observations and conclusions they are making concerning the relationship of fossils found by ancients and mythology … found on vases. They should keep their eyes open for jewelry, coins, and statues. 5. Give the students 30 minutes to …
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  • Across the Lines by Carolyn Reeder - … . Grade Level: 8 Duration: 2-3 days Economic Concepts: decision-making, scarcity, opportunity cost Maryland Voluntary State Curriculum (VSC) Economics Standard … “Activity I: On a Moment’s Notice”) • Worksheet: “Activity 2: Making Connections”: 1 per student (includes a sample for activity modeling … class. Live chickens Paper and pencil Molasses Silver teapot Sugar Jewelry Flour Spare cash $$$$ Furniture Pillows and mattresses Corn meal Clothing …
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  • Recycling - … information presented and to identify any alterations you want to make. The outlined presentation is merely a rough guideline. You are … . There are many great things that one can make out of reused materials. Jewelry, clothing, accessories, and household decorations can be made … bins will stay in warehouses. Only buying recycled materials can make all of our hard work recycling our own products worthwhile …
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  • The George R. Stroemple Collection - … and 1930s, used primarily in the design of buildings, furniture, jewelry, and interior decor. Art Deco is characterized by sleek, streamlined … . Activities Art After researching Baroque style for some visual examples, make your own Venetian. Use a clear recycled glass or plastic … and the repetition of windows, arches and columns. Art museums make an interesting study in architectural design because they are works …
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  • Approaching Walden - … , harvesting, record keeping, etc. MATH APPLICATION: Using the text and making analogies and conversions addition, multiplication, square root and division ideas … 4. Make a jig saw puzzle using blow up photos of beans from magazines or the internet 5. Research some jewelry people have made from beans and in what countries (possibly Native Americans) 6. Make some bracelets or necklaces …
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  • Personal Financial Literacy: Checking - … account contributes to financial well being Materials Internet access, optional Making a Deposit handout, attached Writing a Check handout, attached Mock … .edu/ 2 Check your statement regularly to make sure there was no unauthorized activity. Make sure everything on your statement matches everything … the Box of assorted Nice piece of next school gourmet jewelry for your dance: $30.00 chocolates: significant $17.97 other …
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  • Teaching Innovative Wire Sculpture - … strong sense of pride and empowerment from seeing what they make without fancy equipment. SAFETY: The One Wire Sculpture Rule Written … accomplishment. As students "mess with the wire", their hands will make decisions for them. Their fingers may connect the wire as … , jewelry, free-standing or hanging wire sculpture, mobiles. Anything goes! If a base is absolutely called for, have the student make one …
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  • Inference Makes the Difference - … : Interpret scientific data and/or information. #5: Make inferences, form generalized statements and/or make predictions using scientific data. #7: Draw conclusions … know what those things might be? (tools, weapons, household items, jewelry, clothing, religious or special ceremony items) Over time these things … the people themselves buried them. Archaeologists carefully remove, observe and make inferences about the objects left behind." Tell students, "Today you …
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