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...all you need is paper and glue and you have an easy and imaginative lesson for kids. In this video, my daughter and I will be demonstrating how you can use scraps of paper to create an imaginary playground. I have taught this lesson hundreds of times - children LOVE it! They have so many creative and imaginative ideas for the perfect playground. I often wonder why playground designers don’t ask kids for ideas - they have many of them!
This “Be Big!” first grade back to school art project is really great for the kids and, bonus!, it is easily directed by teachers – in art rooms and in regular classrooms. Great art integration project for the start of school. #BeBig #ArtWithJennyK #BacktoSchool #BacktoSchoolActivity
Want to try something new with your students ?? When you work together on life cycles - this will do the trick. Students will create 3-way agamographs and watch as the images change from 1 to another - all the way through the life cycles. Grades 3+
Nonfiction reading comprehension coloring pages that are as individual and as unique as your students! There are 12 reading passages with 12 reading skills covered - a design for each month makes these easy to use all year long. There are 3 reading levels included for each nonfiction reading passage as well.
Use art to review math! The colors on every page of this large, classroom mosaic poster are assigned based on the answers to math problems written on each sheet. Multiplication through the 9s times tables is reviewed on this poster. In the end you'll have a beautiful summer poster to display in your room or at your school!
#kindnessnation Anne Frank Forever Freebie. Using Anne's quote, "How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world" your students can have a "conversation" with Anne telling her how THEY will improve the world. Your students will love the Pop Art comic book feel of this coloring page.
iDesign an App project for kids. Great for STEM, STEAM and project based learning in the classroom. Each child designs their own app - writes all about it and designs the logo onto a sticky note that then gets put onto a collaboration tablet poster.