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Structures, Materials & Art Activities

Taylor, Barbara (Book - 2002)
Structures, Materials & Art Activities
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From the mighty pyramids to modern-day bridges, entertaining art activities for kids explore the many different kinds of structures built by humans through the centuries and the materials they used. By creating their own art, children will get a sense of what it is like to be involved in the actual process of construction.
Authors: Taylor, Barbara, 1954-
Title: Structures, materials & art activities
Publisher: New York : Crabtree Pub. Co., c2002
Characteristics: 48 p. :,col. ill. ;,26 cm
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Statement of Responsibility: [Barbara Taylor]
Notes: Includes index
"Linking art to the world around us."
Contents: Stained glass
Sun-catcher
Hot wax
Carved candle
Pictures on walls
Frieze art
Tents and tipis
Native American camp
House of sticks
House on stilts
Bricks and mortar
Building collage
Cities on water
Bridges and arches
Skyscrapers
Fantasy downtown
Crumbling columns
Greek ruins
Standing stones
Totem pole
Mighty pyramids
Pharaoh's tomb
Floor art
Mosaic
Castle towers
Castle stronghold
Rooftops
Rooftop gardens
Golden domes
Glittering domescape
Building bridges
Canyon bridge
Busy highways
Cardboard highway
Beacons of light
Lighthouse soap dish
Glass-blowing
Jeweled tumblers
Useful plastics
Robot dog
Future homes
Futuristic city
ISBN: 0778711137
0778711412
Branch Call Number: j 745.5 T238s 2002
Subject Headings: Architecture Juvenile literature Handicraft Juvenile literature
Topical Term: Architecture
Handicraft
LCCN: 2002001323
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