It can be used as a 3rd-8th grade, homeschooling program.
This is a great tool for 4th- and 5th grade students.
Included: PDF, 15 Pages
You can create a painting following the Norval Morisseau style. Use acetate paper, permanent marker, and acrylic paints. This activity can be used in conjunction with Social Studies courses.
Painting on Acetate is a great way to introduce your students to Native American Art.
- Grades 3 through 6, junior high, and high school
- You can paint on acetate
- Primary colours
- Thin lines
- Acetate paper 8.5×11 inches
- Water and brushes
- Permanent black pencil
- Acrylic paints
- Pencil and eraser made of lead
This document contains:
- A detailed description of each step with pictures.
- An evaluation grid
- Native American Art Drawings to Foster Diversity
About 4 classes per week
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