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Create Your Own Sand Painting- Ages 3-6
In this one-day course, the students will look at Navajo and Tibetan Sand Art, discuss its characteristics, and then color sand and create their own interpretation of a sand art painting.
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Meets once at a scheduled time
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Sand paintings have been created by the Navajo and Tibetan people for ceremonies long before they were considered an art form. In this one-time, 45-minute class, the students will see pictures of sand art paintings, learn who made them, and the techniques of making these amazing pieces of art. The students will then color their own sand and create their own original sand art painting. Parental guidance will be necessary in preparation of the sand prior to class. The students may also need...
The student will learn how sand art is created, who creates it, and what it traditionally represents. The students will also learn how to color sand and create their own sand art painting.
I am a Pennsylvania state certified art teacher and taught art for many years. I lived and taught art on the Tohono O’Odham Indian Reservation for two years in southern Arizona. I taught bilingual preschool and was also the Assistant Director of a private preschool. For 12 years, I homeschooled my son.
There will be no homework, unless the student is unable to finish the artwork during class.
50 lb bag of sand (you will only need a few cups, so if you have a sand box, take some clean sand) https://www.homedepot.com/p/Quikrete-50-lb-Play-Sand-111351/100318476?MERCH=REC-_-pipsem-_-202075631-_-100318476-_-N Food Coloring https://www.walmart.com/ip/McCormick-Assorted-Food-Color-Egg-Dye-1-fl-oz-4-Count/10308892 Sandwich size zip lock bags Any size kitchen metal oil strainer (only if you can find inexpensive- maybe dollar store?) https://www.dollartree.com/cooking-concepts-mesh-strainers-with-handles-6-in/119120 https://www.dollartree.com/mesh-strainer-35n/275709 School glue Q-tips Cardboard squares (or rectangles) minimum 6 x 6, up to 12 x 12 Newspaper or plastic tablecloth Several pieces of plain white paper
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There will be an informal assessment throughout class.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Inga AlemanCertified Art Teacher with years of experience teaching and homeschooling.
94 total reviews
51 completed classes
Hello! I am a certified art teacher, and taught both art and preschool for many years. Like many of you, I homeschooled my son for 12 years. He is now in college and I am excited to share my love for teaching with your children. I’ve been teaching...