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1. Photocopied sheets of paper with a "blank" mask outline.
3. Pens, pencils, water-based paints, crayons, glue, paper and any
other art material that the students or yourself may be interested in
1. Distribute copies of sheets of paper with the "blank" mask to the
2. Have students collect the art materials they wish to use in the
creation of their particular mask.
3. Students then paint, draw or attach anything to the mask which
expresses the relationship to the environment.
4. When the masks are done, have the students cut out their masks using
5. Construct the masks after they have been cut out using tabs or tape
When the masks are finished, children should then share what their
masks represent. This lesson project leaves room for children to come up
with their own ideas and methods of expressing them. As always, your
input is appreciated. Any ideas or recommendations would be great.