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zMake a Science-Art Collage | Volcanic Eruption!
Students in this one-time Science & Art class represent an erupting volcano in collage form using paper, glue, black sharpie pen + materials of choice.
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Student in the class learn a bit about the history and geology of cinder cone volcanoes. Then, they create a paper art COLLAGE representing a cinder cone volcano and surrounding landscape. To create a paper collage, students glue pieces of cut or torn paper onto a larger piece of paper that serves as a backing. Learners are asked to bring a variety of types and colors of paper to class. Clippings from nature or outdoor sport magazines can add a nice touch! Students may also glue on other...
Required Materials: -a larger paper as the backing for their collage -glue (Elmers, or 'school glue' is fine - any non-toxic multi-purpose craft glue) -a variety of other kinds of paper (might include various thicknesess, colors, textures, patterns and I also suggest bringing in old magazines to cut up) -scissors -pencil and eraser -black sharpie style pen (other colors optional) Optional Materials: **Cinder cone volcanoes spew out gas, ash, and debris ranging from dust to large chunks of rock. What materials would you use to represent this?** Search for materials around your house and get creative! Here are some ideas: -various sizes and shapes of craft materials such as yarn, ribbon, beads, felt -shiny materials like sequins or glitter glue? -kitchen dry goods like rice or pasta? **Students choose optional materials based on their own creative vision!**
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please help your learner select tools and materials that are suitable to their age and ability.
Engaging, Interdisciplinary, & Project-Based Classes for Middle Schoolers
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
242 total reviews
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Hi! My name is Beth Ann Slivinski. I offer an eclectic mix of engaging (and often inter-disciplinary) learning experiences for middle years students. Small classes (max 6 students for my live classes) let me get to know students and customize...