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ARTE ECOLÓGICO VILMA: noviembre 2011

ARTE ECOLÓGICO VILMA: noviembre 2011

Pam Lostracco: "Same Same but Different"

It& a popular phrase I heard several times while traveling in Thailand almost 10 years ago.) I interpreted it .

Four season tree by a second grader.  (My second graders apparently do not know what a tree looks like.  sigh. Wish my four seasons pick looked ANYTHING like this)  PS great idea for second grade it aligns with their science curriculum

Four season tree by a second grader. (My second graders apparently do not know what a tree looks like. Wish my four seasons pick looked ANYTHING like this) PS great idea for second grade it aligns with their science curriculum

Create a "Thankful Tree" in the month of November for the classroom. (With 90+ students, it would get pretty bushy! Lots of things to be thankful for! It's also a sneaky alternative to a seed journal entry for writing prompts.)

Un arbre de vœux en papier

Create a wall size tree from white cardstock paper, assemble the trunk and branches on a prominent wall. Trace and cut different shapes of leaves from craft paper. Place the leaves and a few silver pens on a small table nearby.

Thanksgiving Quilt Ideas for Bulletin boards

Thanksgiving Quilt Ideas for Bulletin boards leaf shapes with tissue paper, turkeys with handprints, borders cut squares in red and orange

Mural programs are one example of how African American culture and history took on greater visibility in the 1970s. Photograph from Robert Breck Chapman Collection, November 30, 1973. Courtesy University of Baltimore, Langsdale Library, rbmc368_733 (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0).

Mural programs are one example of how African American culture and history took on greater visibility in the Photograph from Robert Breck Chapman Collection, November Courtesy University of Baltimore, Langsdale Library, (CC BY-NC-ND

Jose Clemente Orozco was born on November 23, 1883 in Jalisco, Mexico. Like the other two Mexican muralists, Orozco studied art at the San Carlos Academy for Fine Arts in Mexico City.

Jose Clemente Orozco was born on November 1883 in Jalisco, Mexico. Like the other two Mexican muralists, Orozco studied art at the San Carlos Academy for Fine Arts in Mexico City.

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