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Assemblage Sculpture Projects - grade art -I used to do a project on Louise Nevelson similar to this when I taught elementary art! Louise Nevelson, Sculpture Lessons, Sculpture Projects, Art Sculpture, Middle School Art Projects, Art School, 3d Art Projects, 7th Grade Art, Cardboard Art

Assemblage Sculpture Projects - 8th grade art, Just what I've been thinking of doing with my middle primary kids

Elements and Principles of Design- Theory and practical Middle School Art, Art School, Secondary School Art, High School, Principals Of Design, Arte Elemental, Art Doodle, Ecole Design, Art Handouts

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23 common commands and 6 common questions are listed on this fantastic chart in both Te Reo and English. Ideal for introducing everyday Maori language into classrooms Creative Teaching, Teaching Tools, Teaching Resources, Maori Songs, Classroom Commands, Waitangi Day, Maori Symbols, Maori Designs, Common Phrases

Common Maori Classroom Phrases Charts

23 common commands and 6 common questions are listed on this fantastic chart in both Te Reo and English. Ideal for introducing everyday Maori language into classrooms

Fab Five have been busy creating feathers for our Korowai (cloak) of Knowledge. The feathers have the te reo Maori vocabulary we have come. Early Childhood Activities, Childhood Education, Classroom Displays, Art Classroom, Classroom Setup, Treaty Of Waitangi, Waitangi Day, Cultural Crafts, Maori Designs

Korowai of Knowledge

Fab Five have been busy creating feathers for our Korowai (cloak) of Knowledge. The feathers have the te reo Maori vocabulary we have come...

Or own wharenui. Each picture on the maihi represents something important to one… Teaching Displays, Classroom Displays, Classroom Themes, Teaching Art, Classroom Resources, I Love School, Middle School Art, Maori Songs, Maori Legends

Our own wharenui. Each picture on the maihi represents something important to one student or the class just as the carvings on a meeting house might depict something about the hapu of that marae. On the amo are images of legends that resonate with the class.