Movement Mondays

Martin Luther King Jr. Day Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.'s Legacy

Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a variety of activities inspired by Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy and the civil rights movement.  Martin Luther King Jr. is renowned for his lifelong work in the civil rights movement. The civil rights movement was integral in affording African American people equal rights in the U.S. and bringing…

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Movement Mondays: Found Object Assemblage Inspired by Betsy Gosling

Español abajo Create an assemblage using found objects in this Movement Monday Activity inspired by Betsy Gosling. Betsy Gosling grew up in Michigan. She visited New Orleans during the World’s Fair and never left (except after hurricane Katrina for several months). The daughter of a geographer and an Asian art historian, travel and photography are…

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Movement Mondays: Living Sculptures

Español abajo Infuse life into a sculpture by recreating it with your own body!  Sculpture is an artistic form in which materials are worked into three-dimensional objects. Sculptures take more volume in space compared to two-dimensional objects such as paintings or drawings for example. An enormous variety of media may be used to create a…

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Movement Mondays: Geometric Scavenger Hunt

Español abajo Explore your home for objects to create a geometric assemblage. Instructions Step 1: Name some shapes. Which shape is your favorite? Search your home for found objects that are various shapes. Be sure to ask a parent or guardian’s permission to use the objects you find. Step 2: Once you have collected some…

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Movement Mondays: Abstract Monochromatic Scavenger Hunt

Español abajo Explore your home for objects to create an abstract monochromatic assemblage. Instructions Step 1: What is your favorite color? Search your home for found objects of that color. Be sure to ask a parent or guardian’s permission to use the objects you find. Step 2: Notice the size, shape and texture of the…

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