Art projects are used to complement academic lessons

05/4/2010 | Chattanooga Times Free Press (Tenn.)

Students in Georgia's Catoosa County are learning academic lessons through art projects that are designed to complement school curricula. Students attend a special arts center to complete the projects that have been planned with classroom lessons in mind. For example, elementary-school students who were learning about the Rio Grande recently created pottery similar to what people who lived along the river would have made.

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