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Note: Grade levels are given as a guideline only. Many lessons are adaptable.

SCULPT-A-PLANET Gr. 3 and up
Make a paper mache planet with your kinderartists. [read more]
(Section: Sculpture)

STATE HEADS K-5
Students will create an narrative image that expresses a formal (shape of a) state with personal experience. From Cathy Jeffers. [read more]

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