3D Umbrella Rainy Day Card for Kids to Make - Crafty Morning
This post may contain affiliate links, read our Disclosure Policy for more information. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases, thank you! Materials Needed: Purple, yellow, tan paper Scissors Glue/tape Googly eyes Markers Watercolors Start by cutting a rectangle out of colored paper. Fold it back and forth until you get to the ... Read More about 3D Umbrella Rainy Day Card for Kids to Make
14 Unusual and Incredibly Fabulous Bulletin Board Borders
14 Unusual Bulletin Board Boarders Pool noodles, cupcake papers, LEGOS? These unusual and incredibly fabulous border ideas are easy to do. WARNING: Using these in a hallway may cause major student traffic problems as everyone stops to take a look!
The Little Land by Robert Louis Stevenson
My students will be reading the poem The Little Land by Robert Louis Stevenson. First they will read and interpret the poem without illustrations and tell me what they think it means. Then they will look at the illustrations below as we read the poem as a class and, drawing from their own experiences, either from books or movies, tell me if their ideas on the meaning of the poem have changed. We will discuss movies they are familiar with, such as 'A Bug's Life' and 'Honey I Shrunk The Kids'…
Starry Night Printable Book & Art (Van Gogh Study)
I believe that some of the most open-minded individuals when it comes to art are children. And I believe that art is a means for expression, understanding and acceptance of other cultures, as well as a visual chronicle of history. Now I have a confession to make. I have been TERRIBLE at exposing my son to fine art. I have no excuses. I have a degree in art history. I worked in an art museum. Heck, I even gave tours there as a volunteer docent. I don’t know what my reservations have been, but…
Mrs Moen’s Instagram profile post: “Inviting the whole campus to draw or paint on a post-it note for a GIANT group show... fingers crossed this is a good idea.”
234 Likes, 37 Comments - Mrs Moen (@artofteaching) on Instagram: “Inviting the whole campus to draw or paint on a post-it note for a GIANT group show... fingers…”
Artist Statement Handout for Elementary
This is GREAT way to motivate your students to write about their Art! I use this with 3rd-5th graders. The simple questions get right to the point and let my students know what I want to read about. I will often post these beside art that's on display to reveal more meaning behind my little artists'...