Cardboard constructions based on Calder designs: free
standing sculptures of mobiles.
Cardboard construction overlayed with papermache to
create mask, animals.
Using cut sticks/branches to create animals. There is
an artist I just saw that created horses using
branches and wired them together. I used the same
principle and make them table size using
hotglue/string and wire.
Instead of using clay maybe use plaster and carve it.
Pour your plaster into small plastic paint cups, pop
it out and do a relief carving on it then paint it and
use it as it is or roll printing ink over it and print
it. Or pour the plaster into larger cups pop it out
carve it and have them create piece simular to Aztec,
Mayan, Egyptian statues.
Found object/recyclable sculptures.
Stuffed paper sculptures. Japanese fish kit patterns.
--- Julie <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> My schedule and medium is totally changing for the
> coming 2007-2008 and I'm
> not sure where to begin and with what!
> I used to teach clay to 7th and 8th graders in a
> 20-day rotation with some
> extra 3-D projects thrown in to keep me and my
> students interested.
> This year my schedule will change to an A, B, C
> schedule with the same 7th
> and 8th graders. My classes will now be an hour
> long and I will see the
> same kids every three days for a 60-day period. I
> probably won't have clay
> to work with (budget cuts) and for my single gender
> classes (one male, one
> female I will be incorporating Core Knowledge
> Curriculum. I love teaching
> 3-D but will be limited on materials. Any
> suggestions please?!
> Thank you. Julie
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