Lessons for Sculpture

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  • Toothpick Sculpture - … toothpicks imagination What You Do: Students will make a marshmallow sculpture by sticking toothpicks into marshmallows and building up from a … /frame.shtml 3-d Amusement Parks http://www.kinderart.com/sculpture/3damusement.shtml Spin Art http://www.kinderart.com/painting/spinart … /seedraw.shtml Toothpick Sculpure http://www.kinderart.com/sculpture/toothpicksculpture.shtml Recommended Books: Make Sculpture by: Kim Solga Biography: Judy Walsh is …
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  • Origami geometry - … outcomes Students will: produce an origami sculpture. use the appropriate vocabulary to describe the origami sculpture and explain the sequence followed in … the appropriate size for the origami sculpture A copy of the directions for the chosen origami sculpture (one for each student, pair … -evaluate procedure and resulting sculpture. Teacher scores using rubric and math problems. Assessment Creation of an origami sculpture scored by the attached …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Painted Cylindrical Sculptures - … glue pre-cut paper strips onto their sculptures experimenting with a variety of paper sculpture techniques such as bending, folding and curling … paper strips on their sculpture using at least two techniques demonstrated. tell you that they made a "sculpture" from a cylinder. Teacher … their painting into a cylinder. glue paper strips on their sculpture using at least two techniques demonstrated. Supplemental information See attachment …
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  • Relating to Nature: Looking for Clues - … pose hypotheses. In cooperative groups, students will visually examine a sculpture, form hypotheses about its origin and purpose, use research tools … individual reports that describe the culture and environment of the sculpture based upon the group presentations and individual research. Using the … location of the find, physical properties of the sculpture, physical state of the sculpture (ex. broken, fragmented) and initial assumptions about the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Relating to Nature: Looking for Clues - … pose hypotheses. In cooperative groups, students will visually examine a sculpture, form hypotheses about its origin and purpose, use research tools … individual reports that describe the culture and environment of the sculpture based upon the group presentations and individual research. Using the … location of the find, physical properties of the sculpture, physical state of the sculpture (ex. broken, fragmented) and initial assumptions about the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • An Art-to-Art Discussion - … Allowance: 1 hour Objectives: Students will: 1. Evaluate a Chinese sculpture, and the motivation behind its creation, based on a photograph … woman being pulled from her baby, taken from the 1960 sculptural tableau "Rent Collection Yard." In their journals, students respond to … small group discussions, and written critiques of Mr. Cai's sculpture. Vocabulary: enigmatic, expatriate, conceptual, avant-garde, propaganda, socialist, tableau, exploited …
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  • Great Shapes Alive! - … responsible for writing a descriptive paragraph about their sculpture. Encourage students to observe their sculpture from various positions, i.e., rotating it … paragraph needs to include a name for the sculpture and must describe the sculpture from their favorite perspective. The writing will provide … on the design of the sculpture? Did you make many changes while designing it? Does your sculpture have a base or did …
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  • Relationship Sculptures - … Duration: 2 - 3 Classes Description Students examine and create clay sculptures based on a special relationship they have. Objective Students will … their sculptures create. CLOSURE Have a critique of the sculptures. Talk about the relationships in the work. What evidence in the sculpture gave a clue to the relationship? Talk about the form of the sculpture and the positive and …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • This Old House - … ) PAUSE. FOLLOW-UP: Ask: What is sculpture? How do you think this type of sculpture is created? Can you think of any place in our community where we see sculpture on our buildings … in the area of sculpture. In the next segment we are going to view many pieces of sculpture that were found on … : What were the types of figures in the sculptures? How do you think the sculptures were made? Why do you think the …
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  • Understanding Cultural Diversity - … .). 7 c. Allow the animal sculpture to dry thoroughly, then fire the sculpture. d. Paint the sculpture with acrylic paints using small fine … motifs and repeated patterns. EVALUATION The teacher will evaluate the sculptures based on individuality and on students’ recognition of the vocabulary … and will sculpt and statue from air-dried clay. VOCABULARY Sculpture Clay Form Coil Statue Buddha Three-dimensional MATERIALS · Alabama red …
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