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“Peaceable Kingdom”

PEACEABLE-KINGDOM

Created By: 4th – 5th Graders
Jefferson Heights & Washington Elementary Schools
Sapulpa, Oklahoma 

“Students viewed the artwork of Edward Hicks, a painter in the 1800’s. One particular painting for which he is known depicts a scene in which animals of various types are gathered together – fierce, carnivorous types side-by-side with docile herbivores and children. Hicks used animal symbolism to highlight human traits that must be overcome to find true peace…

The students discussed the meaning behind the paintings and decided to use papier mache to form our own peaceable kingdom. Students created drawings to show which animals should be included, and in a twist, clad each animal’s body in the ‘skin’ of (with the look of the skin of) another animal. The students then used the papier mache to bring their drawings to life.”

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