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Re: Medieval art

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Lydia West (LydiaWest)
Wed, 25 Mar 1998 21:39:26 EST

Sorry I'm just now reading your post, but I did a 1-6 Medieval unit in my
student teaching. I think it's a period with so much potential to interest
kids! With the third graders I did ceramic gargoyles (sort of an old standby,
I admit). Other lessons I did were: burlap unicorn tapestries (w/fabric
paints and sewing), "stained glass window" dragon paintings, Illuminated
initial names, miniature tree mosaics, and gothic arch shaped triptychs. I
thought all the projects turned out great, the students seemed to enjoy/learn
from them, and I enjoyed teaching them! If you would like copies of the LP's
and/or pictures of the finished products, email me.

hope I'm not too late, and that this helps!!:-)

Lydia West