Art In History's replica allows all ages 7+ to explore the Alamo & the Spanish Mission System in a fun and engaging activity.
Each Kit Contains:
- 9"x 5.5" Pre-etched Fresco Pottery Tile
- High Quality Paint Brush
- Paint Kit
- Disposable Paint Pallets
- Craft Paper (to protect the painting surface)
- Step-by-Step Decorating Instructions
Free Lesson Download Including:
- History of the artifact
- History of the time period
- Step-by-step decorating instructions
Join Art In History and explore the Alamo & the Spanish Mission System.
Originally, missions were established by priests with the help of Spanish soldiers. Paid for the Spanish government they consisted of three parts: the mission, the presidio, and the pueblo. The Mission was a place for housing, education, and training. The Presidio was the fort that protected the mission and its residents. The Pueblo was the community around the mission which eventually grew into towns supporting the merchants, craftsmen, and the many trades necessary for the people to function in daily life.
The Mission San Antonio de Valero (The Alamo) was founded by a Franciscan priest on May 1, 1718, Father Antonio de San Buenaventura y Olivares and named after the viceroy of New Spain. Replicate a portion of the Fresco (that can still be seen in the Alamo today) and let the learning begin!!
Proudly Made In America!
10.0 x 6.5 x 2.5
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