Over and Under the Snow Mural

Murals. This fun mural explores what lives up above and down below the snow in the winter. A good project to accompany the book “Over and Under the Snow” by Kate Messner. Students can make trees, ponds, burrows, caves and snowflakes to set the scene, or they can choose to work on an animal, such…

Cafeteria Projects

This was a special project we did in collaboration with the art teacher at Francestown Elementary School. Their cafeteria needed some pep, so we developed projects for every grade level to help spruce up the place! Check out the works in progress…  

Seed Dispersal Mural

Science -Students will collect, sort, and classify a variety of seeds and explore various seed dispersal adaptations. -“Develop a simple model that mimics the function of an animal in dispersing seeds or pollinating plants.” -“Plants depend on animals for pollination or to move their seeds around.” Description: This mixed-media mural requires each student to create their…

Map Mural

|| Subject: Geography, Geometry || Core Standards:  SS:GE:2:1.1: Identify the characteristics and purposes of globes and maps. (Themes: C: People, Places and Environment, F: Global Transformation) SS:GE:2:1.2: Introduce spatial information on maps and other geographic representations, e.g., map key, compass rose. (Themes: C: People, Places and Environment) || Description: This is a paper mural that…

Flag Books

|| Subject: Science || Core Standards: Grade 4: LIFE SCIENCE CONTENT Habitats in N.H. Ecosystems Students will create examples of food chains and webs to demonstrate an understanding of the interdependence of plants and animals in a New Hampshire ecosystems i.e. Alpine and Sub-alpine, Spruce-Fir-Northern Hardwood, Transitional Forest, Central Hardwood Forest, Coastal Plain. Students will…