Students learn how to draw the main character in a book in a step by step lesson. After a story book has been chosen, the illustration is created using basic drawing skills, often adding fun details with card stock or paste paper cutouts. The book Nerdy Birdy by Aaron Reynolds is the star of this…
Students who have been learning about different fairy tales had a chance to create their own paper puppet character based on one of their favorite tales. Students draw, paint, and cut before finishing them off with a wooden handle to tell the story in their own way.
Beginning by painting the map of NH, students work together adding post cards of popular places, native animals with clay, clothes-pin Native Americans or Colonial People of NH, and many other possibilities when learning about the state we live in.
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, or a whole? Using parts of a whole to create a garden mural is one of the ways to have fun when learning about fractions!
Students use paste paper and paint to create a classroom mural of what is happening over and under the earth.
First Graders learning about Animal Adaptation worked in small groups to create environments and the animals who live there, giving their creatures special features such as claws, fur, or scales that may help them with the surroundings they live in. This project was crafted after reading the book, Where The Wild Things Are by Eric Carl.
Art all day? Sure! Prior to the scheduled day, projects are agreed upon and TONS of supplies are brought to your school to make an exciting day filled with art. Different projects are set up in each classroom for groups to rotate in and out of or a large room could have stations for the…