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Lesson Plans


Re: rock painting

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Perry Schafer (pschafer)
Tue, 19 Oct 1999 15:26:52 +1000


Will they be working outside on site, or indoors on small pieces of rock?
Can they use / make ochres & charcoal, or use other found natural materials?
Do you want the results to be permanent or transitory?
Can they make drawings on the ground using found natural objects?
Will they work in groups or individually?
I used to do large scale drawings on rock faces using explosive detonator
cord, but third grade might not be up to that.

Perry

----- Original Message -----
From: Loo-Loo Baker <looloo_55555>
To: <artsednet.edu>
Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 1999 2:56 AM
Subject: rock painting

>
> I am a college student at Appalachian State University
> and am about to teach my first lesson to a third grade
> class. I was wondering if any on else has had any
> experience with rock painting before. My focus is on
> cave paintings and what the cave people and native
> Americans painted. I am going to have them make their
> own rock painting of a favorite animal or symbol that
> describes them. I'm looking for advice on the best
> way to go about doing this. Thanks!
> -Lyndsay
>
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