Third grade students learned the history of Navajo weaving before creating these beautiful pieces. The weavings were done on a loom of 2 paper plates that were glued together for strength. Color choices were limited to 3: the color of the plate, and 2 additional colors. Yarn, feathers and beads repeated these colors for unity.
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