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Differences exhibit

Lesson plan for Whoever You Are by Mem Fox. This story celebrates those external and internal qualities that make us different and the same. This is seen through the book’s vivid illustrations of children all over the world who exhibit different customs, languages, food, homes and schools. The story reaffirms the idea that even though we may appear different we share a common bond of joy and pain.

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Yes! SO Cool! Children paint plexiglass and make an outdoor exhibit for them to walk through. Viachroma by Rowena Martinich: Pedestrians are enveloped in colored lights and shadows as sunlight passes throught at different times of day.

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Description- Will teach kids how to understand the differences between shapes, and creating their own images with the sticks. Age Group- 3-5 Foundations- M4.2: Exhibit ability to identify, describe, analyze, compare, and create shapes. M4.1: Understanding of spatial relationships.

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This is a cardinal “gynandromorph” - an animal that exhibits both female and male sexual characteristics. As different sexes are differently coloured, each half of the bird is a different shade

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create an interactive infograph to show how many people from each major are attending - different color stickers/pins for each major

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Seeing Differently

Delightfully lovely detail of "1981" by Nancy Purvis. (Full quilt can be seen at MQG here: https://www.themodernquiltguild.com/portfolio/1981-nancy-purvis-2015 )

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(Annamaria Zanella "popp Cell" ) JEWELLERY ART POETRY AND GEOMETRY Annamaria Zanella and Renzo Pasquale Exhibition period: 7 May to 20 June 2015 Opening: 7 May 2015, 6 to 8 p.m. For the period of the Vienna Festival the Slavik Gallery is presenting a special duo exhibition devoted to the work of the artists - and married couple - Annamaria Zanella and Renzo Pasquale. Although they have quite different styles, their jewellery is complementary. Together, their artefacts form a wonderfully…

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'Body Worlds' Exhibition By Gunther Von Hagens

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