Native American Cultures - Acoma Pueblo Water Jar (1492-Present)
Native American Cultures - Acoma Pueblo Water Jar (1492-Present)Native American Cultures - Acoma Pueblo Water Jar (1492-Present)Native American Cultures - Acoma Pueblo Water Jar (1492-Present)

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Discover one of the oldest continually occupied settlements in North America.

 

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Art In History's replica is an example of an Acoma Pueblo water jar. Acoma Pueblo, or "sky city" in New Mexico, is one of the oldest continuously occupied communities in the United States. This lesson plan covers, 1492- Present.

This kit includes: replica, paint brush, sponge, disposable paint pallets, paint, and FREE lesson download. Lesson contains: history of the artifact, history of the time period, full color map, designs & motifs, and step-by-step decorating instructions. For a full classroom experience, please purchase our comprehensive Teacher's Guide shown below.

 

 


EDU112 Acoma Pueblo Water Jar

A short instructional video showing how to decorate Art In History's Acoma Pueblo Water Jar replica.



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