Lessons for Weaving

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  • Tapestry in the Middle Ages - … the use of tapestry in the Middle Ages and then weave their own tapestry. Objectives Students will be able to identify … symbols through time and across cultures. Keywords Middle Ages, tapestry, weaving Materials Needed example of an actual tapestry, pictures of medieval … during feasts or processions held during important celebrations. Weaving: Students will use yarn to weave a tapestry of their own. Pre-cut …
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  • The Land and People Before Columbus - … to side to the accompaniment of drums and rattles. Weaving and Basketry Weaving and basketry play an important role in Pueblo cultures … can be combined with other yarns in individual or group weavings. Pottery Pottery is one of the primary forms of Southwestern … and later the loom. The Navajo learned the skills of weaving from Pueblo groups who had taken refuge among them, and … colored pencils to draw the rug designs or create small weavings on cardboard looms. Sand Painting Sand paintings are made during …
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  • Woven Heart Baskets - … [Janet is from Hermiston, OR] share comment contribute print Objectives: Weaving with paper/ What You Need: Construction paper &/or gift wrap … for a Japanese lantern, leaving the rounded ends in tact. Weave the folded strips through each other [the first folded "strip … strip, through the third strip and around the fourth strip. Weave #1's third strip with directions for #1's first … stapler. You can decorate the individual squares formed by the weave [as some of our students have done, or leave "plain …
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  • Weaving with Seed Beads on a Bead Loom - … wrapObjective: Students will be able to describe the process of weaving and demonstrate how Native Americans and others wove beads on … and tie off the thread on the nearest screw. Bead Weaving (also see online diagrams for instructions): Cut off a one … backing cut to size and glued or sewed on. Assessment: Weaving Techniques: bead pattern should be like the drawn or colored … ideas. 26.A.2f Understand the artistic processes of printmaking, weaving, photography and sculpture 26.A.3e Describe how the choices …
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  • Bead Weaving on a Loom - … Objective: students will be able to describe the process of weaving and demonstrate how Native Americans and others wove beads on … and tie off the thread on the nearest screw. Bead Weaving (also see online diagrams for instructions): Cut off a one … backing cut to size and glued or sewed on. Assessment: Weaving Techniques: bead pattern should be like the drawn or colored … ideas. 26.A.2f Understand the artistic processes of printmaking, weaving, photography and sculpture 26.A.3e Describe how the choices …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
  • Fibers and Fabric - … yarn is made. They will also learn some basic weave patterns by weaving paper strips together. Main Curriculum Tie: Interior Design II … know about fibers and the different types of fabric and weaves. Intended Learning Outcomes: Students will learn how fabric is made, how yarn is formed, and three basic weave patterns. Instructional Procedures: I have included my lesson plan on … Resources on Cotton Assessment Plan: Look over their worksheets and weave patterns to see if they understand the basics of fabric …
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  • 6th Grade Scrabble Homophones (Spelling) - … Homophone Contractions like we've and weave." T write down the words "we've" and "weave" on a piece of paper for … . T asks, "Can you tell me why We've and Weave are different?" S responds. (We've is a contraction for -we have- and -weave- is something you do when making a basket.) T asks … where the example are. T points to "We've" and "Weave" and asks, "So do you see how these words sound …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Changing Matter in Colonial Days - … Cold water Digital scale Activity Four Station * Making Yarn for Weaving, Physical Change Pictures of a loom, a spindle, sheep sheers … is, and tell why. Activity Four Station * Making Yarn for Weaving, Physical Change This will make enough yarn samples for every … on the loom. Then, pull the yarn through. The first weave has just been made. Take the pencil back the other way, weaving it through the yarn strings on the loom. It is …
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  • Reeds and Rainwater Make Baskets - … . Cut thin strips from each stripe with Crayola Scissors. 3. Weave a square bottom with several strips. Fold up the ends of the strips and weave them into sides. How to make your strips longer? Just … older. Create different shapes and sizes of woven baskets. Try weaving placemats, purses, and hats. Examine a variety of woven objects from many different cultures. Note the various types of weaving patterns, colors, and materials. Research the history of the Caribs …
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  • Talking Textiles - … Attachment E, Process Comparison Reference Chart. 22. Weave white strips. Men use looms to weave the strips. 23. Wash and dry the … each student. Discuss the fact that the men in Mali weave the white strips on a loom. Ask students, how is … E Process Comparison Reference Chart TRADITIONAL METHOD Weave white strips. o Men use looms to weave the strips. Wash and dry the …
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