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“Ouch, My Neck! Ouch, My Back!” Creating Art Michelangelo Style

“Ouch, my neck!” and “Ouch, my back!” were frequent sayings I heard while teaching an art lesson on Michelangelo and how he painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Rome. I was student teaching in a third-grade classroom and I had to plan a great, engaging lesson because my student teaching supervisor was coming … Continue reading “Ouch, My Neck! Ouch, My Back!” Creating Art Michelangelo Style »