weaving was one of the earliest Egyptian crafts (scraps of woven linen
have been discovered dating back 6,000 years!).......
for tomb paintings, try pouring plaster into styrofoam tray, when dry
scratch in drawing with nail using Canon of Proportion and painting
Linda W. Kieling
OAEA Youth Art Month Chair
Rosemont Ridge Middle School
20001 Salamo Road
West Linn, OR 97068
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I had my sixth graders this year recreate an Egyptian tomb at school.
They did tempera batik tomb paintings(these were great), they translated
their own names into hieroglyphics at an online website and then made
cartouches on paper. They did clay canopic jars as well as two life size
sarcophagus. The sarcophagus's (sarcophagi)?, were made out of cardboard
but were 3D and stood up by themselves, the faces were plaster castings
of two student volunteers and all the kids helped to paint them.
Christy Kane <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I remember my cooperating teacher doing cat mummies out of paper mache
paper towels with painted hieroglyphics. A little creepy, but
Egyptian paste scarabs would be fun for your older kids. You can buy
paste in several colors, and I think you may even be able to get a
How about copper foil embossed bracelets or cartouches with their names
Have the kids design a mural for a kings tomb and paint it on a large
of cardboard or more permanent masonite?? particle board?How about
the kids make staff tops out of clay then mount them on dowel rods?
Sounds like you're going to have a great year!!
3-D Art Teacher
Deer Lakes High School
Russellton, PA 15076
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