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Collection by Carolyn Skene-Didych

Carolyn Skene-Didych
Wolf Art for Kids - silhouette wolf with a background made from markers and water! Food Art For Kids, Animal Crafts For Kids, Classroom Crafts, Preschool Crafts, 20 Years Old, Kids Silhouette, Black Silhouette, Wolf Craft, Wolf Kids

Wolf Art for Kids

This wolf art is made from a background of washable markers and a black silhouette!Disclosure: I was provided

Teaching Fourth: Visualizing, Posters, Buttons, and TpT! Reading Resources, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension, Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education, Teaching Grammar, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas

Visualizing, Posters, Buttons, and TpT!

Over the years I have collected many resource books. Some I have used very little, but some I have worn out. I wanted to share one resource book that is looking very worn because it is one of my favorite resource books of all times: Using Picture Books to Teach Comprehension Strategies. I love teaching with picture books, and this book has some wonderful ideas, lesson, and book lists for teaching comprehension strategies. To help my students with visualization, I shared the introduction in…

Well here is another old west craft in honor of the Calgary Stampede.a mock stretched hide. Hides were stretched on frames by bo. Native American Projects, Native American History, Artist Project, 5th Grade Art, Medicine Wheel, Art Classroom, Classroom Organization, Middle School Art, Native Art

Mock Stretched Hide

Well here is another old west craft in honor of the Calgary Stampede....a mock stretched hide. Hides were stretched on frames by both Native Canadians and trappers. We are trying to replicate it here. Materials Required: a long flexible twig, like from a willow string or twine paper bag or heavy kraft paper pastels brown tempera paint hole punch Find a long flexible twig. Willows work well. You want it long enough to make a oval shape. Bend into your shape and tie tightly with string or…

- - PERIOD - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - "Thunderbird Shaman Teaching People", © 1990 Norval Morrisseau /Click o. Canadian Painters, Canadian Artists, American Indian Art, Native American Art, Woodlands School, Native Canadian, Aboriginal Artists, Unusual Art, Indigenous Art

The exhibition that ended institutionalized discrimination against First Nations art at the National Gallery of Canada

- - 1990's PERIOD - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - "Thunderbird Shaman Teaching People", 69"x104", © 1990 Norval Morrisseau /Click on image to Enlarge/ - - "NORVAL MORRISSEAU - SHAMAN ARTIST" - ~ the first solo exhibition featuring a First Nations artist in 126-year history of the National Gallery of Canada. Exhibition held in Ottawa, Ontario from February 3rd to April 30th, 2006. --- Despite being widely recognized as the father of contemporary aboriginal art and despite the pleas of…