Print, Scatter and SPLATTER

Lambert, Phyllis
November 2012
Arts & Activities;Nov2012, Vol. 152 Issue 3, p18
Lesson Plan
The article offers a lesson plan for elementary education that teaches students about art techniques, science and the changing of the seasons through the creation of prints made with autumn leaves.


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