Students study rock formations and put their knowledge to the test when they create their own books about how rocks are formed. The students design an illustration for each of Igneous, Sedimentary, and Metamorphic rocks.
A Map Of My Face!
Kindergarteners draw and then paint a self portrait adding labels to their masterpiece such as: eyes, nose, mouth, that teaches an early lesson in map making.
A Map of My Town
Take a guided tour to learn about the history of your town. Then create a map of your town with the information you’ve gathered. This is a great history lesson about how your community was built.
After reading the book, ‘Papa, Please Get The Moon For Me’, by Eric Carle, students used popsicle sticks to create a ladder for themselves to climb to the moon!
Students create a three-layered paper diorama that showcases a species of native bird and it’s habitat. The background shows the bird’s greater habitat – fields, forests, woodlands, etc. The middle ground houses the bird, which can be flying, perching, sitting in the nest, or in any other realistic position. The foreground is a frame…
This project encourages students to practice radial symmetry as they decorate their circle, then they can get creative making a textured imprint on the ‘mirror’ part of the Mexican mirror. This is a great Art Day project!
This mixed-media mural requires each student to create their own piece (a part of a desert ecosystem) to add to the mural. Their piece may consist of an animal or a plant that may be made of 2D and 3D items. The pieces are then placed on the mural to plan where they can go. Once a…