In this art lesson plan, students use papier-mâché to create a piece of food and paint it. Bettina encourages teachers to use the project as context for a consideration of world hunger and the luxury of food choice in North America.
This art project will take a minimum of four lessons to complete.
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CONTRIBUTOR: Bettina Yoder
SERIES: Elementary Art LessonsAll items in the series:
- Art Lesson Plan: Texture Quilt
- Cool and Warm Colors on Trees
- Ovoid Puffin Art Project
- Sculpting: A Clay Mouse
- A Fall Landscape With A Torn Paper Tree
- Blob Print Butterfly
- Lines and Spaces Art Lesson
- Snowy Winter Night
- Color Wheel Umbrella
- Albrecht Durer and Printing
- The Very Hungry Caterpillar Art Lesson
- Mimetic Architecture
- Owl or Bird Silhouette
- Papier-Mâché Cuisine
- Spring Flowers: Doodling Art Lesson
- Snowy Landscape Art Lessons