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CRAZY HAIR GUY K-8
Introduce your students to the concept of growing seeds. Using a nylon stocking and some grass seed, your students will see how fast grass grows. From KinderArt®.
FALL TREES K-3
Students will use a tracing of their arm and hand as the basis for a paper tree picture. From: C. Turgeon.
FIREFLIES IN A JAR K-2
Students can make a picture of fireflies in a jar using construction paper and glow-in-the-dark paper. From Mary Beth Knippel.
FOSSIL FANTASTIC Gr. 7-8
Angela Sabarre walks you through how to make a home-made fossil.
GARDEN JOURNALS K-3
Garden journals are a wonderful way for kids K-3 to learn about and share in the excitement of gardens. This lesson incorporates Art, Reading, Writing and Science. From KinderArt®
GARDEN TAGS K-6
Kids can make a one-of-a-kind sign for the garden using recycled cardboard and old seed packets. From Molly.
MUD PUDDLES AND BUBBLES K-2
This list includes a variety of ideas from barefoot mud prints to bubble blowing fun. From Robin Landals.
PLANET SUNCATCHERS Gr. 4-6
Students can make planet-themed suncatchers using glue and food coloring. From John Nystrom.
SNOW SCIENCE ART K-8
Students will experiment with different materials to see which ones are the best for making pretent snow! From Lorie Marchant.
WATER MIST GLOBES K-6 new
Students will use water based markers, coffee filters and water to create a "misty" globe. From Gloria Dreyer.
Art Matters: Strategies, Ideas, and Activities to Strengthen Learning Across the Curriculum
by Eileen S. Prince
This collection of ideas and lesson plans will help classroom and homeschool teachers integrate art into their general curriculum. These inventive and effective methods use the visual arts to inspire creative writing and drama; explore math, music, science, and history; and cultivate critical thinking skills. Art instructors will learn strategies for incorporating other areas of study into the art classroom. Ranging from thought-provoking suggestions to concrete, hands-on lesson plans, these activities include an extensive resource list for classroom teachers without an art background.
Math Art : Projects and Activities
by Carolyn Ford Brunetto
Dozens of creative projects to explore math concepts and build essential skills.
Using Caldecotts Across the Curriculum
by Joan Novelli
Reading and Writing Mini-Lessons, Math and Science Spin-Offs, Unique Art Activities and More!