Reach for the Stars: With heart and helping hands we can accomplish anything.

Collaborative Art Therapy activity for Teens/Young Adults~ "Reach for the Stars" : With heart and helping hands we can accomplish anything

star weaving - would make a nice gift for Eid - or perhaps a great Eid Craft Party Idea!

star weaving - would make a nice gift for Eid - or perhaps a great Eid Craft Party Idea!-pinning cause Eid was mentioned

community weaving project.  It would be fun to do this with textiles

Use tyvek for a community weaving project: great idea for an art night!(couldn't find this article, but great art teacher project site)

Wet yarn with glue, arrange on wax paper, allow to dry

Wet yarn with glue, arrange on wax paper, allow to dry~Moon~by Elaine Carstairs Beautiful. I suspect the children would have a blast creating this, and then tracing it.

matariki kites?

Seriously, I was just wondering about a kite craft--Tissue Kite fun for Spring - make with craft foam, ribbon, sticky backed plastic and small pieces of tissue

.: Matariki Fact Recall

We have been learning about Matariki and the constellation. Matariki is a small cluster of stars and it is also known as Plieades.

lemon star cookies for matariki

Summer lemon star cookies and a winner

Summer lemon star cookies very crunchy, crispy and light. These cookies are full of lemon flavor with rich buttery bite.

Looking for an easy to use Matariki resource? Looking for a range of easy to use Matariki activities for New Zealand primary students? Have a look here:3 Reading comprehensions Suitable for  independent reading for Gold readers plus or suitable for shared reading.Songs Twinkle, twinkle little star in Maori and nga Whetu o Matariki , a song about the names of the Maori stars.

Matariki activities, reading, printables

Songs Twinkle, twinkle little star in Maori and nga Whetu o Matariki , a song about the names of the Maori stars.

Mad Awesomeness in Rm 4 at Woodhill School: 7 sisters (Matariki constellation) triptychs (3 panel art works).

Mad Awesomeness in Rm 4 at Woodhill School: 7 sisters (Matariki constellation) triptychs panel art works).

Root of Life - The overall design of the painting resembles the Maori symbol, the Koru. The Koru represents the beginning of a new life and purity to the world. Once again, I decided to use lots of colours to show that the life ahead is an exciting journey. The beginning to the journey is narrow, where parents and help is constantly present to help prepare one for the tougher road ahead, represented by the wider end of the journey. [Aboriginal, Maori]

Root of Life - The overall design of the painting resembles the Maori symbol…

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