Category Archives: Art
From puttiprapancha.com 1. Cut out a circle for the Earth. 2. Paint the earth with blue paint and let dry. 3. Glue empty nut shells (pistachio nuts are used in the picture, but you may want to try a less … Continue reading
Submitted by John T. Use washable paint on the child’s hand to create the hand print flower.Then have child paint stem and leaves. This can be drawn in pencil ahead of time for child to fill in if necessary. Don’t … Continue reading
Submitted by Krista H. Using pre-cut mosaic tiles or cut your own from paper or magazines, have students create a picture. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Submitted by Krista H. This is a “no scissors” project. Have students tear tissue paper to make lovely spring flowers. They will glue tissue paper to a sheet of colored construction paper. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Submitted by Tessa On a yellow piece of construction paper, have students trace a circle (about the size of the top of a bowl). Then add eyes, nose, mouth and whiskers. The kids made the mane of the lion by … Continue reading
Submitted by Jennifer K. Use red washable paint for kids’ hand prints. Kids should place hands as shown to create a heart shape. Once dry, cut out the heavy paper that kids left hand prints on. Write “Happy Valentine’s Day” … Continue reading
From puttiprapancha.com- Check out this site for more pictures and ideas. What a cute idea to hold your students’ Valentine’s cards! http://www.puttiprapancha.com/2012/02/valentine-animals-on-bag.html Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
This was found on a great blog. Check it out! puttiprapancha.blogspot.com From a magazine, find red and pink sections and cut into hearts of different sizes. Look for a green section large enough to trace a hand print and part … Continue reading
Snowman Glyph- pictorial form of data collection- math and art lesson, winter bulletin board, math bulletin board
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Glyphs are a pictorial form of data collection. Use traditional projects and turn them into mathematical glyphs that allow students to organize and analyze data. Here is the key to our snowman glyphs: … Continue reading
From cfabbridesigns.com Hearts made from rustic floral wire are wrapped with yarn and hung in the window for Valentine’s Day. To make these you will need: rustic floral wire (available in the floral section of any craft store – it’s … Continue reading
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Submitted by Teri C. – After your students are taught how to make snowflakes, have them make 2- One larger for the bottom section, and a smaller one for the snowman’s head. – … Continue reading
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Submitted by Will G. In this project, students were given 2 colors of tissue paper- black and a color of their choice. The students were taught ahead of time how to make snowflakes. … Continue reading
Submitted by Sally B. *On card-stock have a basic snowman shape. *The students will need small squares of tissue paper. * With the end of their pencils, they will twist the squares of tissue paper and glue to the card-stock. … Continue reading
Submitted by Jenna M Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Day 1- Have students glue on blue and purple tissue paper squares/rectangles all over the background paper (I used white construction paper). Day 2- The students made snowmen and … Continue reading