Here is a really handy guide to making certain tie-dye`[ teñido con nudos ] designs: [ a way to dye clothes. You literally tie it and then dye it and it leaves an interesting pattern on the piece of clothing. ] Most people connect tie-dye with Hippies. most often worn in the seventies. photo credit: flickr.com/photos/weavingmajor via nblibraryteens #wordpress
Here is a great resource for your clay vocabulary needs for elementary and middle school. It is hand-drawn for that sketchbook feel and can be distributed as handouts or printed large on a poster maker - your school probably has one!
art + math = awesome lesson involves Paul Klee & multiplication. students get background knowledge of Klee, we talk about tessellations & multip. students get a page of 1-inch graph paper & write out a 1 digit C 1 digit mult. problem w/ a 2 digit answer. They choose one that's hard for them to remember & repeat that problem 7 times.... +Details on bloggers website.