Artsy History: Egyptian Canopic Jars- 2 of 5

In this edition of Artsy History, students will learn about ancient Egyptian mummification and create a canopic jar from air dry clay.
Wendy Stanziano
128 total reviews for this teacher
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45 minutes

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year olds


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Class Experience

Students may want to color or paint their jars when dry.
-Model Magic or air dry clay (at least 2 fist sized balls)
-small-medium paper cup
-toothpick and popsicle stick
-plastic fork
-permanent markers or acrylic paint for after class (optional)
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45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.


Wendy Stanziano
Lives in the United States
Teacher, Artist, Mom, and Amateur Techie
128 total reviews
105 completed classes

About Me

Hi! My name is Wendy Stanziano and I am a visual arts teacher at a charter school in Florida. I currently teach 4th through 8th grades, but I’ve also been a preschool teacher and a fourth grade classroom teacher for many years. In both my digital... 
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