Art is.. Japanese Daruma Dolls. This is a packet of 5 printable pages. There are several art drawing, painting and clay activities.
Daruma Dolls were traditional symbols of Good Luck and perseverence. They were usually painted red and had black moustaches to symbolize the founder of Zen Buddhism. Today they are more up to date, vary in color and in design.
It is important to care for your Daruma Doll carefully. As you make your wish, you color in one eye. When your wish comes true, you color the other one.
The five activities are:
1. The Daruma Doll History
2. The Daruma Doll Museum
3. Daruma Dolls as Pets
4. Paint your Own Daruma Doll
5. Create your Daruma Doll in clay.
Colored Pencils, Markers
Watercolors, Brushes, Water, Towels
Clay, Towels, spoon, Popsicle Sticks, Marker Caps
Note: Use of any copyrighted images, artists' photos or artwork is for students enhancement of their Art History and appreciation of Art, in accordance with Fair Use in Education.
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