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Thanksgiving Cornucopia Collage
In this holiday craft class, we will learn about the cornucopia, reflect on themes of gratitude and abundance, and make a collage using paper cutouts. Families with learners of varied ages are welcome!
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The cornucopia, or the "horn of plenty," is an ancient symbol of abundance and nourishment. This horn-shaped basket filled with fruits, vegetables, nuts, and flowers is a symbol of an abundant harvest, and the sharing of that abundance with friends and family. For this reason, it is often associated with the season of Thanksgiving. After a brief explanation of this symbol, learners will have the opportunity to use the teacher-provided worksheet to reflect on how they experience abundance in...
Learners will be introduced to the cornucopia as a symbol of the Thanksgiving holiday season. Learners will make art with the theme of abundance. Learners will reflect on what they are thankful for in their own lives. Learners will create their own cornucopia collages.
My grandmother, who had a large mural of a cornucopia on her kitchen wall, taught me about this symbol at an early age. I created this class in gratitude for her life (Frances Mary Czuba d. Oct. 13, 2020). I look forward to teaching the next generation about this symbol of abundance, and art that lasts through the generations.
1 file available upon enrollmentMaterials: Colored paper (especially brown) Pencil Magazines, newspapers, other paper scraps Scissors Glue stick Markers, crayons or colored pencils Printed PDF of worksheets (with shapes already cut out for young learners)
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class involves using scissors to cut paper. Parental assistance is advised for children who need extra help with cutting. Pieces can be cut from the template and prepared before class if needed.
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27 total reviews
48 completed classes
Thank you for visiting my profile! I teach classes on language arts, basic and creative writing, emotional awareness and mindfulness, and art. I am the mother and homeschool teacher of three children, and an Outschool parent. I have taught...