PNC tiny THURSDAYS ...at home!

Torn Paper Maps

Young artists read about the maps animals follow when they take their favorite path, and then they make their own torn-paper map!
An example of the torn paper maps created in this week's Tiny Thursdays at Home lesson.
This week's featured artwork is Montes Apenninus Region of the Moon, created in 1972 by Nancy Graves.

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Story: As the Crow Flies, written by Gail Hartman and illustrated by Harvey Stevenson (Aladdin; 1993)

Artwork: Nancy Graves (American, 1940-1995), Montes Apenninus Region of the Moon, 1972, lithograph in colors on paper. Museum purchase, 1987.60.5

Materials Needed:
1) several colors of construction paper
2) glue stick
3) markers
4) optional: stickers
5) optional: stamps and stamp pad

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