Lessons for Jewelry Making

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  • Building A Box - … new employee at a box factory, is supposed to make cube - shaped jewelry boxes. Students help Emma determine how many different nets … surface area You might also want to show a small jewelry box to the entire class so that all students understand … the following challenge problem: The ACME box company wants to make these jewelry boxes as efficiently as possible. They can save money … integration appropriate and successful? Did you find it necessary to make adjustments while teaching the lesson? If so, what adjustments, and …
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  • 2D Collage - … Materials For Discussion Supplies: Ask students to take notes or make sketches during the following discussion to identify ideas they will … ?prairie? skirts, hip colors hop & pop images on clothing or jewelry. food coloring Discuss particular time and places where one plastic … and political activist. Her self-portraits often show flamboyant costumes, jewelry, exotic pets and medical imagery. After her death in 1954 …
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  • A Single Interpretation - … , the media and individuals influence the policy agenda and decision-making of government institutions. 3 A Single Interpretation Grade 11 After … foregone college, and was learning watchmaking in his father's jewelry store. Dan was smiling, jovial, easy-tempered and tolerant alike … 11 Attachment A (Continued) millionaire, hurried down to the old jewelry store across Sixth Avenue. Kenwitz unscrewed a magnifying glass from …
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  • Elements Scavenger Hunt - … classroom. If the scavenger hunt takes place throughout the school, make sure the students know where they can and cannot go … . What am I? ____ 3. I am often found in jewelry, but I am not as expensive as other metals. What … . What am I? ____ 7. I am often used to make containers that can hold cookies and sweets (especially at Christmas … BBs 2. gold any gold jewelry: necklace, cross, ring, earrings 3. silver any kind of jewelry that is made of solid silver …
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  • Rose Island Lighthouse Foundation Education Program - Lesson Plans - … – Lesson Plans Grade Level: 3-5 Lesson Topic: Creating Shell Jewelry Length: One class period RI Standard of Learning: Social Studies … depending on what they would like to make. Students will create their own shell jewelry, either for themselves or as a gift … -shell.htm - the Boston Children’s Museum exhibit on shell jewelry.
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  • Arthur Meets the President Extension Activity - … use the finger puppets to make jewelry, stickers, bookmarks, and greeting cards, or for other projects. For jewelry, glue a finger puppet to cardboard (snip off the band), color and glue to a jewelry pin back (available at craft stores). To make a necklace, punch a hole in … , glue to notebooks and lunchboxes. Use the same technique to make tagboard bookmarks, cards, and gift tags. Finger Puppets Reproducible (PDF …
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  • Arthur's Family Vacation Extension Activity - … Puppets can be used in a variety of ways. To make the puppets, print out the following pages and cut them … use the finger puppets to make jewelry, stickers, bookmarks, and greeting cards, or for other projects. For jewelry, glue a finger puppet to cardboard (snip off the band), color and glue to a jewelry pin back (available at craft stores). To make a necklace, punch a hole in …
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  • Leafy Gold Jewelry - Leafy Gold Jewelry Create unique gold jewelry with nature's finest leaves. Add CrayolaA Model MagicA and … the back, attach a jewelry pin or safety pin with Crayola School Glue. Dry before wearing. 4. To make a pendant: Place … Dougha " Keep away from open flames. Do not use to make candleholders, hot plates, trivets, or other similar objects that will … will hold unpackaged food. The use of modeling material to make items that look like food is discouraged for children younger …
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  • POVERTY POINT EARTHWORKS: LOUISIANA'S ANCIENT INHABITANTS - … cause and effect, inductive and deductive reasoning, generating inquiry, and making connections with real-life situations across texts. Louisiana Social Studies … the Poverty Point culture? · What does a certain type of jewelry indicate in this culture? · Corresponding answers are attached. a. FOCUS … facts. Visual Arts: Make a relief map of the Poverty Point Area. Design jewelry from clay similar to the jewelry of these Native …
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  • Juvenile Justice - Adjudicatory Hearing - … in listening, rapid critical analysis, and extemporaneous speech. 5. To make complex, prepared oral presentations as attorneys and witnesses. Grade Level … slugs around their neck and dressed in fancy clothes and jewelry. She paid her rent on time, and soon a lot … , telling me I'd get some money, nice clothes, and jewelry. When I kept refusing, he said he had a way … who seemed to have it all -- things like cars, money, jewelry, clothes. Raymond decided to play a game with Jackie -- to …
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