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Re: cubes-project with all the elements
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]John & Sandra Barrick
Wed, 09 Dec 1998 12:45:25 -0500
speaking of cubes,
Okay remember those animal cubes from like the 50's,60's (I'm
showing my age. I thought a great project would be to block print or
silkscreen and then water color over (optional) a cube for
ornaments. I know I have escher triangles and cubes but having them
come up with a set of 2" cubes and designing symbols or themes that
relate all to the season. It could hang in a window ( of course I am
thinking tree!) or better yet design on the computer after sketching
ideas out. cubes must be in a set of (pick a number) 5. to finish
off the project have them design a narrow rectangle box to hold.
Also must attach with a gold/silver string.(or design the elements
Sears, Ellen wrote:
> One year my eighth graders had to design a tool for teaching the elements
> and principles to elementary classes. I had books, posters, an interesting
> 'contrast' cube, illustrated poems, interactive pieces (not really games),
> sculptures, collages...
> All had to have written study guides.
> > ----------
> > From: Nitnoy1
> > Sent: Monday, December 7, 1998 8:59 PM
> > To: artsednet.edu
> > Subject: project with all the elements
> > When I start the next semester in January I would like to have a project
> > that
> > teaches the students all the elements and ends up with one finished
> > project.
> > In the past I have taught each element individually (using exercises) and
> > then
> > went on to a drawing project. Does anyone have a project that would work
> > for
> > middle school?
> > Thanks Robin