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Art Lessons: Travel the World of Art! INDIA
Travel the World of Art with Painted Paper Art! The Art of India Bundle introduces students to the rich patterns and decorative icons of India. Children will learn about the traditional artwork that is common in the colorful, country of India. This bundle contains 6 full color
Exploring Folk Art Craft from India with kids
India has always been known as the land that portrayed cultural and traditional vibrancy through its conventional arts and crafts. The 35 states and union territories each have their own distinct cultural and traditional identities. I love introducing these art forms in a simplified manner to my daughter.. I bring to you some easy step by step tutorials to Explore Folk Art Craft from India with Kids - Warli art form , Madhubani Art form & Gond art form from India
Ancient Greece: The Persian Empire PowerPoint Presentation
A lesson about the Persian Empire: location, history, strengths and weaknesses. Who were the Persians? Where was their empire? Why did they want to conquer Greece? Ancient Greece versus the Persian Empire. Everyone expected Persia to dominate--Win the war--Add Greece to its expanding empire--What happened? How did the underdog vanquish the mighty Persian army?
Middle Eastern Architecture Project – 5th Grade | Georgetown Elementary Art Blog
Fifth grade artists are wrapping up their study of the Middle Eastern culture this week. They looked at buildings found in the Middle Eastern culture and duplicated the towers, domes, and decorative tiles in their own architectural drawings. They created beautiful miniature drawings using ultra fine markers, colored pencils, and crayon.