The second learning objective we covered was to cut a symmetrical shape from a folded piece of paper. Then we drew half our mask with pencil and then heavy black crayon and then rubbed it onto the second half of the paper to create a symmetrical mask. We added raffia to the bottom.
The last learning objective we worked on was to create an additive process by looping yarn around a wooden block to make a printing block or stamp. We then dipped our block into white tempera and stamped around the edge of a large black paper for a frame.
The final step was to glue our mask to the center of our printed frame. The students really enjoyed the printmaking process. I think their line designs from the printed frames are beautiful!