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... occasion in African American history, as the first black President of the United States was also awarded the Nobel Peace Prize just as Martin Luther King Jr. was...
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... learn some history and some social studies along the way with this fun arts and crafts project. For the Bonnet: What You Need: 12" x 18" white felt...
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... Jr. Day or during Black History Month and will definitely make a lasting impression on your child. Whether or not your child is a member of her school&rsquo...
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...Let the creativity flow with this activity that uses lots of brush strokes, along with some color mixing science and even art history. It's hard to go wrong...
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... tempera paint and a spray bottle. What You Need: 1 sheet of brown construction paper Spray bottle Tempera paint in red or black and other colors...
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... Need: Paper and pencil White paper Ruler Markers Fine point black marker What You Do: Take a look at Roy Lichtenstein’s...
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... art movement and Bridget Riley. What You Need: Black construction paper White chalk What You Do: Start by looking at artwork by Bridget Riley...
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... sculptures of Easter Island. Add a bit of flair to your child's desk with these whimsical Easter Island pencil holders. Part art project, part history lesson, this activity...
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... in green, blue, yellow, red and black Scissors What You Do: First, explore the history of this particular type of folk art. Explain to your child that...
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... by creating his own crescent moon and star. What You Need: Construction paper (black and yellow) Glue stick Pencil Scissors What You Do...
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... paintbrush and black paint to create thin outlines around each object in the painting. Now that her wild inner color beast is unleashed, she can paint another one of her...
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... movement, the Olympic rings are a celebrated symbol of athletic prowess and global community. This activity encourages your child to explore the history of the...
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... Scandinavian history and experiments with color and patterning. What You Need: White drawing paper Ruler Scissors Pencil Tempera paint Paintbrushes...
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... stickers to peel and press onto his paper. To finish his painting, your first grader can cover the whole thing with blue, purple, and black watercolor paint. The...
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... water into the India ink to water it down. The mixture is about 50/50. If the ink is too thick, it will turn everything black. If this happens, quickly wipe off the...
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... his knowledge with this challenging crossword! It is a well known fact that Barack Obama made history by becoming the first black President of the United States. ...
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... knot and it's ready to be worn! Helpful Tip: A typical Egyptian color palette is gold, red, black, yellow and turquoise. Egyptian necklace, ancient Egyptian...
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... prayer halls. What You Need: Images of mosques Black construction paper Crayons Pencil Glitter glue What You Do: To start, take a look at...
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... everywhere! Halloween bingo is a fun Halloween word and symbol activity for ghosts and ghouls of all ages! A variety of images, from ancient history to recent times, have...
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...Learn a basic lesson in art history and make a beautiful present while you're at it! This "stained glass" flower is the perfect gift for mom this Mother's Day. The...

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