I do a favorite relief sculpture project with my 5th graders which
is based on the large relief sculptures of Frank Stella. We paint lots of
brushstroke patterns on scraps of colored and white posterboard. When dry,
we cut them out,then bend, score, slot and join (Elmer's glue) together in
multiple layers on a piece of cardboard. The students make up exotic titles
for them. The sculptures are a regular hit when they are on display.
Ann-on-y-mouse in Columbus
|Does anyone have any ideas for 3D projects for 5th graders that are
|inexpensive and/or can be done with existing supplies?
|Cindy Erickson, 5th and 6th grade Art , Oklahoma