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ArtStraw Architecture - Lesson Plan

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Published on Jul 8, 2012

Skyscrapers evolved from the inside out — as steel frames became stronger, windows and walls became lighter, like a "skin." Students can construct high-rise buildings (or low-rise designs) that are extremely light and open — they're made with paper straws and corrugated plastic joints (no glue required). Imagination grows with the construction — higher and higher! For a pdf version and a materials list of this lesson, follow this link http://www.dickblick.com/lesson-plans...

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