Folklife Resources for Educators
Materials Related to Resist-dyed textiles
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by Museum of International Folk Art
Two lesson plans for grades 1-8 related to objects from around the world found in the Museum of International Folk Art's Neutrogena collections. The first lesson plan deals with hats and headdresses and the second with resist-dye techniques used in textile design. Both include background information for teachers, resource lists, and ideas for extending the lessons into other curricular areas. The lesson plans are both correlated to the New Mexico State Content Standards for Art and Social Studies.
|Grade Level: K-2; 3-5; 6-8
||Curriculum: Art and Culture; History and Social Studies
|Resource Type: Activities; Lesson plans
|Subjects: Resist-dyed textiles; Headgear; Hats; Textile fabrics; Crafts
Geographic locations: South America; Japan; Indonesia; General; Africa, West
Museum of International Folk Art
PO Box 2087
Santa Fe NM 87504-2087