"Many different cultures made totem poles, not just Native Americans. While poles made by Native American tribes are the most famously known, the Mayans, Aztecs, Native Canadians, Native Australians, Maori, ingenious Koreans and ingenious Chinese are also known to have built totem poles." (fits perfectly doesn't it?)!
This week's history sentence was on Montezuma - so I decided doing some headdresses was in order. This all turned out to be a fun Wonderful Wednesday!
Even Mason joined in but had to include numbers on his headdress! That's very Mason!
I used the corks to hot glue them together standing up and then they painted them and were able to hot glue on foam pieces cut into shapes (wings etc.). They were given pictures of several types from recent to ancient history to look at, to create their design.