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Mijello Watercolor Sample Pack | FREEBIE

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Happy Birthday | Free Sheet Music for Easy Guitar Solo

Get Happy Birthday by Patty Hill and Mildred J. Hill for Easy Guitar Solo. This a is a Free printable sheet music arrangement for easy guitar solo.

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FREE Ice Cream Cone at QuikTrip | Freebie

QT Free Ice Cream Cone

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Free Protein Bar Sample Box | Amazon Freebie

Amazon is offering a variety of samplers, including this box protein bars. Get your FREE Protein Bar Sample Box. It’s $9.99 with $9.99 credit – which comes to FREE. For Amazon Prime Members.

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Free Exederm Skin Care Samples | Freebie

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Alexander Calder | Free Printables and Lesson Plans

Teach about how art and science complement each other. Alexander Calder’s art is a great way to explain kinetic art, art that moves. Learning about this sculptor and toy designer lends to easy and fun hands-on lessons. The following are links to a biography, coloring page, projects, video, and lesson plans to teach about Alexander Calder.

Alexander Calder (1898-1976) American Artist, Sculptor and Toy Maker

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Alexander Calder was born in 1898, in Lawnton, Pennsylvania. He was born into a family of artists. His father Alexander Stirling Calder was a prominent sculptor who created many public sculptures in the Philadelphia area. Calder’s mother, Nanette Lederer Calder, was a professional portrait painter who studied art in Paris before moving to Philadelphia where she met her husband Alexander Stirling Calder.

In 1902, at the age of four, Alexander completed his first sculpture – a clay elephant. In 1909, when he was in the fourth grade, Alexander sculpted a dog and a duck from a sheet of brass. The duck, which could rock back and forth, is one of his earliest examples of his interest in kinetic (moving) sculpture. Read the rest of Alexander Calder’s biography at www.makingartfun.com.

Free Printable Artist Biography

Printable Biography – Alexander Calder

Free Worksheet

Printable Word Search – Alexander Calder

Free Printable Coloring Page

Printable Coloring Page – Alexander Calder

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Free Lesson Plan and Project

Lesson Plan and Cookie Project with Free Printable Cookie Design Worksheet

Printable Cookie Design Worksheet

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Free Art Project Ideas

Pipe Cleaner Project – Alexander Calder

Fun Video with Instructions for Kinetic Art Project and Information about Alexander Calder