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    hilary pfeifer have students draw a "miro" like still life? Or images fromscience and then could make pieces from clay?

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    • Cynthia Moore

      hilary pfeifer have students draw a "miro" like still life? Or images fromscience and then could make pieces from clay? Germs?? These are so neat!

    • Sara McGregor

      hilary pfeifer have students draw a "miro" like still life. Or images from science and then they could make pieces from clay

    • Emily Bennett

      Miro Inspired Sculptures: hilary pfeifer have students draw a "miro" like still life? Or images from science and then could make pieces from clay? Maybe I could make a partnership...science students write a paragraph about the organism/cell, English students write a descriptive piece about its appearance, that art students then use to create their sculpture!

    • Lauren Bell-Brown

      hilary pfeifer Reminds me of my Zolo toys! I'm going to have students draw a "miro" like still life-maybe we could make pieces from clay!

    • Margie K.

      ~hilary pfeifer ~ have students draw a miro like still life and then make pieces from clay

    • Chloe Baker

      use those odd toys floating around the house and make an art piece!

    • Katie

      Collaborative Miro inspired sculpture project perhaps?

    • Art Smarties

      hilary pfeifer clay miro?

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