Clock Books

LEARNING TO TELL TIME.  Students create a book filled with pages of their personal days’ schedule.  They “set the clock” to the time they wake up, have lunch or maybe head to day care.  After filling in their activities, student draw pictures to go along with their hours of choice.  They design a clock front…

Classroom Books

|| Description: Classroom books involve every student creating one page, which then become part of a large book. This book can be a classroom resource for years to come. Each page is a unique collage or drawing that features an element of the subject being studied – whether it is a landmark, animal, or anything…

Banners

|| Description: Banners can cover a wide range of subjects, from school rules to insects. Take a look through our gallery to see some examples and get ideas. Students start with a pre-made cloth banner, which is taped to a tarp (usually this project is done on the floor). They write their name at the…

Murals

|| Subject: Any || Description: Murals can take many forms. This is a big project that involves 90 minutes to 2 hours of class time. Murals are often the focus of Artist in Residence programs, but can also be a classroom project. Examples: Rainforest Mural: This mural, done in a 2nd grade classroom, focused on…