Exploring Endangered Species
There are endangered species all around the world. We may have heard of tigers, elephants, rhinos, and even pandas needing our help. But do you know there are plants and animals in our own state of South Carolina that also are at risk of disappearing forever?
In this activity, led by Visual Arts Teaching Artist Daphne Cuadrado Andino, students will practice soft research skills to learn about an endangered species in South Carolina and then learn how to sculpt it from clay!
Suitable for grades 4-12.
- What's included
-Student Workbook (Digital)
-Full Set of Companion Videos
- Guiding Question
How can I apply topics in science to my work in Visual Arts?
- Standards Addressed
VA.C.NL.7.1 I can show connections between visual art and other subjects at my school.
VA.CR.NH.1.1. I can select and arrange elements of art to create principles of design.
This resource also aligns with the following from the Profile of the SC Graduate:
World Class Skills: Creativity and innovation, critical thinking and problem solving
Life and Career Characteristics: Self-direction
About the Project Creator
To learn more about Daphne Cuadrado Andino, click here.
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