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This lesson is a fun way to combine art and science. Using collage to learn about food and nutrition, as well as, good and poor eating habits. In addi...
This is a very low cost art project. The supplies you need are a pair of scissors, old magazines, construction paper and a glue stick. It is important...
Old cook books, grocery store flyers and actual food packaging are also good to use for the collage.
draw the figure on construction paper. I usually make a template for the kids to trace.
skin tone construction paper
cut and glue the figure to a larger sheet of base paper.
For two or more figures, fold the construction paper and place the arms and legs of the template on the fold.
cut and glue to larger sheet of base paper.
search magazines for food images to use in the collage
when images have been collected begin to carefully cut the sources and glue them onto the collage.
add a face
oyster hair, cauliflower and radicchio earrings
add more detail to enhance and finish the collage.
The collage can have a theme, this one is BREAKFAST
TEA FOR TWO
UNDER THE WEATHER
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
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