An Anabaptist Resource for Teaching and Learning
Grades 2-8 learn about Ukiyo-e (Japanese block-print making) and the famous Ukiyo-e painting The Great Wave by Hokusai. Students then make their own block-print of waves using styrofoam, “inking” it with paint, and stamping it onto construction paper. This project takes two art periods.
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CONTRIBUTOR: Susanna NoltSERIES: Art Lessons Through History for Lower Elementary All items in the series: Art Lessons Through History for Upper Elementary and Junior High All items in the series:
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