Makerspaces - Module 13 (Weaving)

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    Weaving

     

    Minds On:

     

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    Take a moment to read this blog post about the benefits of weaving for young children, then watch this teen talk about weaving:

     

     

    On Mobile: YouTube Link

     

    Minds On Discussion: What similarities do you notice between the two posts? Were you surprised? What implications might weaving have on your learners? How does weaving connect to the curriculum? How can weaving connect us to different cultures past and present?

     

    Add to the Discussion here.

     

    Let’s Explore!

     

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    There are many different weaving projects you can use with your students that range in complexity.

     

    Simple Cardboard Loom:

     

     

    On Mobile: YouTube Link

     

    Here are a few of my favourite weaving projects:

     

    Paper Plate Weaving: http://laughingkidslearn.com/weaving/

    Wall art Weaving: http://www.artbarblog.com/create/weaving-kids/

    Woven People: http://krokotak.com/2013/07/takani-kukli/

    Simple Box Weaving: http://tinkerlab.com/make-simple-box-loom-weaving/

    Metis Sash: http://aboriginalperspectives.uregina.ca/workshops/workshop2010/weavinginstructions.shtml  or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtBME0YFrLk

    Accompanying lesson plan can be viewed here: http://aboriginalperspectives.uregina.ca/workshops/workshop2010/timeandsash.shtml

     

    Need more? Go ahead! Weave yourself up a storm!

     

    Consolidation:

     

    Take a picture of a project you created and post it to module twelves discussion. What did you like about this experience? How would you modify, extend or use this experience for learners in the classroom? How might you use weaving as a provocation to allow students to make connections with different cultures in Canada and across the world? What might you like to try next?

     

    Click here to add to the Discussion on Weaving. We encourage you to read through the posts of your peers and to comment/contribute where you feel a connection.

     

    Additional Resources:

     

    Incoporating Culture into Your Weaving Projects: https://www.theartofed.com/2013/06/27/incorporating-culture-into-your-weaving-projects/

    Weaving Traditions Resource Nelson Canada: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1cZifdyMWg 

    First Nation Weaving Projects: https://www.glenbow.org/media/coast_lp_grade_4-12.pdf

    Northwest Coast Weaving: https://learning.rcmusic.ca/sites/default/files/ltta-assets/Northwest%20Coast%20Weaving.pdf

    Primary Weaving Craft Design: http://www.learncraftdesign.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/CCoIPrimaryLessonPlans_Weaving_LR1.pdf

    Plate Weaving (and other ideas) http://www.nscrd.com/uploads/document/files/activities-handbook--en.pdf

    More advanced weaving projects: http://www.interweave.com/Weaving/projects_articles/Handwoven-Bags-For-Beginners.pdf

    Woven House Project: http://zimmertwinsatschool.com/movie/starters

    Vision Weave Project: http://www.moonrain.ca/VisionWeaveTable.html

     

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