Georgia would love to adventure around her home in New Mexico and would find various skulls out on her trips through out the desert. These skulls were our inspiration for our paper and model magic skulls.
Students folded 9 x 12 paper in half then used pencil to write or print their name.
We then drew a line around their name and students cut (with the paper still folded) along the pencil line.
After the students created their skulls they
then added painted paper horns and antlers.
Next, students used chalk to put the line of symmetry down the center of the skull and add eye shadow lines.
Lastly, students added skull to a
painted paper background.
Here is another project we did using model magic. Mini Skulls.
First you shape the head, pinch the nose, then add horns. Let Dry.
Next day we painted with liquid watercolors and tempera and painted the skulls.
Once the skulls were dried students added feathers,
tissue flowers and background.
Have fun creating!