Lessons for Jewelry Making

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  • Sun Catchers - … Primary Subject - Art Grade Level - 4th- 7th 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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  • Africa: Economics And Change - … toxic chemicals such as cyanide completing the many steps of making gold bars out of gold ore transporting and protecting millions … ways that gold has been used throughout history. (For example: jewelry, religious statues, building ornamentation) Tell students that for thousands of … ://www.gold.org/discover/knowledge/aboutgold/industrial_uses/index.html Gold Jewelry http://www.gold.org/discover/knowledge/aboutgold/gold_jewellery/index.html …
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  • Where Is the Magnetism? - … to successfully complete a project or activity. Materials - 1 Rectangular jewelry gift box per group of 2-3 students - 1 Rubber … ) - Student copies of Magnetism Rubrics (See Attached File) Preparations 1. Make copies of the Magnetic Domains Lab, Magnetic Forces KWL Chart … department store to donate them, have students bring empty rectangular jewelry gift boxes for the day of the activity. 3. Gather …
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  • Trading in Gems - … -polished stones of as many different types as possible, to make it interesting, at least 6 - 8 types. Sources: Ward's … and is used for transparent stones. + Setting: When buying finished jewelry, the setting of gold or other precious metals adds to … and polishing stones or to talk about mineral collecting. Collect jewelry ads from magazines and newspapers. Discuss marketing methods, etc. Have …
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  • The Artist as Entrepreneur -Getting Down to Business: What's My Market? - … graphic art, which is quite different that the artist producing jewelry, which is different from the artist producing prints for posters … small-scale pieces are portable, packing and shipping expenses can make showings in far-away places prohibitive. For the artist who … students to think of sites where craft items, such as jewelry, furniture, or clothing could be seen by potential customers. (This …
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  • Problems, Problems: Solutions, Solutions! - … how much money is needed to buy their grandmother a jewelry box. The problem may appear simple to you, however, to … the mistake away?" (needed to raise more money than the jewelry box cost) Emphasize the need to always use common sense … going to be able to buy their granny that beautiful jewelry box." Allow students to tell which information they believe is … and answer 50 km. Ask, "How did removing unnecessary information make the problem easier to solve?" Allow students to share opinions …
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  • I Am Death: Views of Death and Afterlife in Three British Poems, Part Three - … periods. Queen Victoria's mourning for Prince Albert Victorian mourning jewelry and costume brain hemorrhages Chart/graph mortality rates in English … a woman at twenty-one. Human hair was used for making mourning jewelry. The Civil War in America increased the number of … , fossilized coal, was the most popular material from which to make mourning jewelry. 14. ____ A lachrymatory was a tear bottle, and …
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  • Properties of Sound Energy - … may include: coffee cans open on one end, shoe boxes, jewelry boxes, plastic containers, and other boxes with lids, cotton balls … career in music. Homework Options and Home Connections: Have students make musical instruments at home and bring to class to demonstrate … straws, scissors. Day Two - variety of boxes (cardboard, plastic, velvet jewelry boxes, shoe boxes), different width and length rubber bands, tuning …
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  • Remains of the Day - … dragon insignias" (China), "an aqueduct ruin" (Roman) and "whale bone jewelry" (United States' Pacific Northwest). Place these slips in a hat … . Research the Celtic language of Gaelic. Make a picture dictionary of common words in Gaelic. Make sure to include a pronunciation guide … States. Fine Arts- Learn about ancient Celtic art forms (art, jewelry, music, and literature). Create a display showing examples of these …
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  • Vowels: review of short and long e, o - … Cards at the back of the book to make sentences. Make Word Cards clean Make Word Cards get ever need 65 Unit 4 … art with his love of boats. Fulton worked as a jewelry maker and as a portrait painter, and he drew and … Fulton did. [made jewelry, drew portraits, drew boats, built boats] • What is a locket? [a piece of jewelry that opens and holds … in 1765. At age 17 he started working for a jewelry maker. He learned to paint tiny paintings of people. The …
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