6th Grade: Value Snowmen
This was a cool lesson idea I got from an art teacher who retired last year, that I might try this winter. It's a nice colored pencil/shading/teaching value lesson. Medium blue construction paper is used for background, and color is added with a darker shade of blue for the shadow side and white for the lit side. Students can choose any colors for accessories and snowflakes can be added in the sky. I will post once the students finish!
Winter Math Worksheets & Activities No Prep
Winter Math Worksheets & Activities No PrepThis unit is included in my Winter MEGA BUNDLE! Please do not purchase this unit if you have already purchased the mega bundle!*** Includes US and Australian spelling ***The contents of this packet can be used in the classroom with the whole class, in c...
Science for Kids: How to Make Artificial Snow - In The Playroom
The boys love trying out simple science activities at home, so we loved the look of the themed Science4you science kits and used the Water Science kit to try out making pretend snow after school. This experiment is pretty simple and has great results! The kit comes with everything you need for 27 experiments, and this […]
Snowman Collage Art Project
Snowman Collage Art Project This is such a fun art project to do with your children. I love snowman, and I also love the bright colors the tissue paper adds to this project. I was able to do this project with both my preschool class as well as my daughter's Kindergarten class. I help out as one of the Art Docents for her Kindergarten class. I adapted the idea for this art project from the wonderful website Deep Space Sparkle. Patty, from Deep Space Sparkle, is an Elementary School Art…
Learning to Lace and Tie Your Shoe Craft - Repeat Crafter Me
We’ve been working hard with our Kindergartener, trying to teach him how to tie his shoes and it hasn’t been easy. So I created a shoe printable that can be cut and pasted onto cardboard and laced with yarn to help him practice. You can also practice lacing and you may also notice the slight …