Use orange crayon for pumpkins and white crayon or chalk for ghostly figures against black silhouettes of trees. ... shades of an apple or pear After students have waxed (with crayon) each fruit heavily, they can use a thin tempera wash to create a lovely crayon resist. ... Two members of the class can construct a papier- mache1 cornucopia over a frame of chicken wire or stiff paper The fruit can then beanbsp;...
|Title||:||Elementary teacher's new complete ideas handbook|
|Author||:||Iris M. Tiedt, Sidney W. Tiedt|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1983-10-01|