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Plan an imaginary trip anywhere in the world then draw and paint your group in the clothes of the culture.
In a small group, choose another country to visit. Develop a travel budget for an imaginary tour. What will you take with you? What will you pay for while you are there? How much will the trip cost in total, and for each person? If you had a year to save for the trip, how much would you need to save each week? Find out what the climate is like at the time of year you will arrive, and the kind of clothing that is traditional for the area in that season.
Using Crayola® Crayons on a large sheet of watercolor paper, make heavy outlines of your imaginary tour group wearing traditional clothing for the culture visited. Design fabrics, colors, and designs common to the culture.
Outline a background scene of one place on your visit.
For dense color, paint Crayola Washable Tempera on dry paper with a Crayola Paint Brush.
For lighter colors, wet portions of your drawing and thin paint with water. Let colors bleed and blend into each other for a softer effect. Dry.
This powerful diorama pays tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebrate his historic civil rights speech on the step
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