Japan - Ceremonial Tea Bowl (Hands on History Pottery Kit)
Art In History's replica is an example of a ceremonial tea bowl from Japan, which is very important to Japanese culture. It was developed originally by Chinese masters and introduced to Japan around the 9th century. The lesson plan covers, 490-1945.
- 5" x 2.5"ceramic tea bowl replica
- High Quality Paint Brush, Sponge, and Plates
- Paint Kit
- Craft Paper
- Download Code For Lesson Plan (Includes History Of Artifact, History Of Time Period, Maps, Full Color Motifs, And Decorating Instructions)
There are a lot of neat historical crafts and craft ideas available, but it's not easy to find one that you'd happily keep on display after that school year, right? That's why we're so impressed with these kits. You're actually painting a pottery replica of a historical artifact... no paper mache or duct tape needed! Each kit includes an unfinished piece of pottery based on the artifact, a paint brush, sponge, paint, a disposable paint palette, step-by-step painting instructions, and craft paper/packing material, to protect your painting area. To take the activity further and learn more about the artifact and the historical time period that it represents, take advantage of the free lesson download, which is packed with lots of additional information. We love the quality of the materials and the reasonable price! Made in the USA. - Jess