fish use cardboard/tagboard... native American project for 5 th and above

fish use cardboard/tagboard. native American project for 5 th and above Could also do this with tropical fish and use tissue paper collage method for color

Eagle & Salmon | Eric Parnell

Eagle and salmon by Eric Parnell. Eric is a great West Coast artist I am lucky to have in my circle.

The Pacific Northwest Coast people believed that Salmon were actually humans with eternal life who lived in a large house far under the ocean. In the Spring, they put on their Salmon disguises and offered themselves to the villagers as food. The tribes believed that when entire fish skeletons were returned to the sea, the spirits would rise again and change into Salmon people.

Salmon totem: An increased ability to get a "feel" for others -- especially in healers. Salmon brings the opportunity for a pilgrimage or the clarity to a one that we have been on. This spiritual journey will transform us and life will never be the same.

Salmon Panel by artist Charles Peter Heit - Gitksan Nation

For aboriginal art in Gastown, Coastal Peoples Gallery brings visitors and collectors together to experience a superb collection of fine First Nations and Inuit art work

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Salmon~Commissioned in 2012 by the Coeur d'Alene Arts Commission, Idaho

Labeling the parts of a salmon/fish. This sheet shows the parts of the salmon .

Salmon Literacy and Math Centers