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My students made the largest nesting doll from a piece
of 9 x 12 drawing paper. they created an image using
crayon and changable markers. the paper was rolled
into a 9" tall cylindar. The remaining nesting dolls
were made from smaller sheets of paper. One student
created ten ( the smallest was the width of a large
crayon ). As a follow up activity my 4th graders are
using plastic containers ( such as medicine bottles )
to create doll like images that reflect different
ethnic dress. We are using squiggle paint and acrylic
paint to complete these. My special needs students
used actual fabric to create nesting dolls. The faces
were from magazines.
--- Janjarreau wrote:
> What cylinders did you use? Are they various
> sizes that nest inside each
> other? What is your source? Is there a way to get
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