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Adaptions 4 Kidz Junior loves glitter, its messy, sparkly, and fun to feel, so that makes it perfect as far as Junior is concerned.A few years ago we tried glittering our pumpkin and since then Junior has to have a glitter pumpkin every fall. We can have others decorated differently but we still have to have one covered in glitter. Be warned this is one messy activity but still lots of fun and you end up with a very sparkly pumpkin(probably also a sparkly kid, carpet, chair, table, etc. ) To start you need a pumpkin(preferably one with a stem, we learned that the hard way yesterday), glue, a small dish, paint brush, and glitter. The pumpkin Junior decorated yesterday only had glitter on it. Typically we use puff paint and write his name on it first( or some little design). Place your pumpkin on a sheet of paper to keep the glitter mess to a minimum. Then start spreading on the glue. Then start sprinkling on the glitter. Let it dry and then glitter the rest of it.
Asian and Islamic Art: Middle Eastern, China, Korea, Japan â€” The Detroit Institute of Arts — The Detroit Institute of Arts Print Page The collections of the Department of the Arts of Asia and the Islamic World at the Detroit Institute of Arts comprise thousands of works of art produced in Asia and Middle East, from antiquity through the present, as well as from North Africa and Islamic Spain. Conceived as a both a geographical and cultural area of study, the Department fosters research into individual works of art in their historical and cultural contexts, the connections between the artistic cultures of this immense region – both geographical and temporal – as well as cultural and artistic ties between Asia, the Islamic World, Europe, and Africa. At present, the collections of the art of the Ancient Middle East and the Islamic World comprise some 1,300 objects, and the arts of Asia some 2,600 objects. Collecting in these fields began in Detroit in the 1890s, and continues today. Arts of the Ancient Middle East Arts of the Islamic World Arts of Asia Arts of China Arts of Korea Arts of Japan
Art for Children and Adults with Disabilities - Lessons Art SPECIAL ARTISTS Note: Grade levels are given as a guideline only. Lessons are always adaptable. KinderArt® features many activities and lesson plans which have proven successful with children and adults with disabilities. In order to help those who work with special children and adults, we have listed a few appropriate activities here in one place. In addition, at the bottom of this page, we have provided you with links to resources specifically designed for children and adults with special needs. If you have some ideas/tips to share, please send them to us. Depending on their level of ability, children and adults with disabilities will be able to attempt the following activities. Crayon Resist Students can use crayons and paint to make delightful crayon resist pictures. Leaf by Leaf Students can create a tree using different leaf cut outs. Musical Art By drawing or painting to music, students will learn to identify the similarities between music and art. Very Special Children
Online Tours Go to content Go to navigation Go to search Change language Accessibility Support the Louvre Home>Collection & Louvre Palace>Online Tours Online Tours Visit the museum's exhibition rooms and galleries, contemplate the façades of the Louvre... Items per page:5 -10 -15 Sort by: Publication date - Title Egyptian Antiquities Collections from the Pharaonic period are displayed on the east side of the Sully wing, on the ground floor and 1st floor. Egyptian Antiquities Launch virtual tour Remains of the Louvre's Moat The Louvre was originally a fortress built by the French king Philippe Auguste. Medieval Louvre Launch virtual tour Galerie d'Apollon The Galerie d'Apollon, situated above the Petite Galerie, was destroyed by fire in 1661 and rebuilt by Le Vau. Decorative Arts Launch virtual tour Practical information The Louvre is open every day (except Tuesday) from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Night opening until 9:45 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays Closed on the following holidays: January 1, May 1, December 25 Buy tickets
VSA - Education - The John F The resources listed here are designed to help educators and parents gain more useful information on the relationship of arts, education, and disabilities, especially for children with disabilities. As a leader in arts, education, and disabilities, VSA has produced programmatic resources that have proved invaluable to educators and parents alike. Forums and Conferences 2012 Examining the Intersection of Arts Education and Special Education: A National Forum - Proceedings and Executive Summary Leaders working at the intersection of arts education and special education met in July 2012 to explore successes and issues and make recommendations for a new national agenda that would positively impact the education of students with disabilities in and through the arts. 2010 International VSA Education Conference Proceedings Publications Transition to Employment: Model Projects Fostering Careers in the Arts for Youth with Disabilities Arts Education and Special Education Bibliography Lesson Plans top
Van Gogh at Etten - sketches and billboards As of July 1, 2013 ThinkQuest has been discontinued. We would like to thank everyone for being a part of the ThinkQuest global community: Students - For your limitless creativity and innovation, which inspires us all. Teachers - For your passion in guiding students on their quest. Partners - For your unwavering support and evangelism. Parents - For supporting the use of technology not only as an instrument of learning, but as a means of creating knowledge. We encourage everyone to continue to “Think, Create and Collaborate,” unleashing the power of technology to teach, share, and inspire. Best wishes, The Oracle Education Foundation
VSA - Education - The John F Skip VSA feature images About VSA VSA, the international organization on arts and disability, was founded more than 35 years ago by Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith to provide arts and education opportunities for people with disabilities and increase access to the arts for all. With 52 international affiliates and a network of nationwide affiliates, VSA is providing arts and education programming for youth and adults with disabilities around the world. Each year, 7 million people of all ages and abilities participate in VSA programs, in every aspect of the arts – from visual arts, performing arts, to the literary arts. Four principles guide VSA programs and affiliates: Every young person with a disability deserves access to high quality arts learning experiences. About VSA's Name When founded in 1974, the organization was named the National Committee - Arts for the Handicapped.
Energy In The Air As of July 1, 2013 ThinkQuest has been discontinued. We would like to thank everyone for being a part of the ThinkQuest global community: Students - For your limitless creativity and innovation, which inspires us all. Teachers - For your passion in guiding students on their quest. Partners - For your unwavering support and evangelism. Parents - For supporting the use of technology not only as an instrument of learning, but as a means of creating knowledge. We encourage everyone to continue to “Think, Create and Collaborate,” unleashing the power of technology to teach, share, and inspire. Best wishes, The Oracle Education Foundation 5 Smart Supports for Special Artists Art students with special needs hold a very special place in my heart. In the past, I have worked during the summer as a skilled need provider and respite provider to students with a special needs. I even held a day camp with art activities for special needs students. It was such a learning experience, and I learned so much about life and about art strategies for special needs kids through my work. I want to provide the optimum experience for all students in my art room. Support #1: You are the Teacher One of the most profound things I have learned over my years of teaching is to keep your hopes for all students at the forefront of your classroom. Support #2: Be Creative with Choices What works for one student may not work for all students. Support #3: Visuals Many Special Education teachers have a program on their computers with picture systems they can download and make for students. My mom is an expert when it comes to working with special needs kids. Support #4: Be a Team Player Mrs.