Make fun paper masks with your students! Engage students in complex cutting activities while looking at examples of masks from Africa. My students love this project! I've used it with elementary students, but I also taught it to 7th graders for a few years with great success.
What it includes:
-Easy to follow, step-by-step directions
- Teacher Scripting, makes talking about art EASY
-A printable handout with line drawn masks
-8 Printable classroom mask posters, (8.5''X11'') in color and black and white
Included in this lesson are several ways to talk about art with your students in an authentic and meaningful way. It also includes clear step-by-step directions to make bright and colorful paper masks with your students (these are not wearable without modification).
Your students will be able to create a beautiful piece of art that they will be proud to show off using simple art materials that you probably already have on hand. It makes a great piece for bulletin boards, family night or art shows!
Directions are specific and easy to follow, this unit is easy to teach for artists and non-artists alike!
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