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Re: bugs


From: Ann Heineman (aiheineman_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Mar 26 2005 - 10:12:17 PST

    There is also the book, Roberto the Insect Architect--I think that is
the title. Someone introduced me to it on this list. I tried reading it to
my kids at Head Start, but it is for older kids.
    For fun, if the kids collect live bugs, have them do races (like frog
jumping contests) and create Olympic type medallions of insect images for
the winners. You can use metallic papers or do a repoussť in metal foil.

                    Ann-on-y-mouse in Columbus
                    Art teacher, K-5, retired
        Always looking for opportunities to share goofy ideas!

> Well we don't have too bad a problem with lice thanks to those after vacation
> head checks <smile> However, I often do a bug theme unit with first graders
> to go with their science unit (symmetry, balance, size relationship, pattern,
> environments, etc). I have done clay lessons, collage, and drawing. They
> love bugs! There is a fabulous book called Bug Faces by a photographer who
> specializes in photographing insects. It is really great and the kids LOVE
> it!
> You could look it up on Amazon. Hope that is of some help!
> ---