Category Archives: Art Lesson Plans
Submitted by Julie G.Click here to join teachertime123 on facebook! Use for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, or fact families. The answer to the problem is in the center of the flower. The problems are written in the petals.
Submitted by Bill G. 1.Have students trace a butterfly pattern or draw a butterfly on their own. To make both sides exactly the same, fold a large sheet of construction paper in half and draw half of the butterfly along … Continue reading
Submitted by Tiffany H “Lending a Hand to Earth” Writing- Have students tell what they can do to help Earth. This can be adapted to your students’ age and ability. This is also a great activity for foreign language and … Continue reading
Submitted by Monica G. Materials: paper plate construction paper markers or paint yarn or thread 1. Cut a paper plate in half. 2. Color (crayon/marker) or paint the background of the plate. 3. Decorate with marker, crayon, paint, construction paper, … Continue reading
Submitted by Kim D. Click here to join teachertime123 on facebook! Have students trace and cut out an egg from a pattern. Either have squares of tissue cut for them or teach them to cut first into strips, then cut … Continue reading
Submitted by Kim D. Click here to join us on teachertime123 on facebook! “Have an egg-cellent Easter! Decorate with Easter eggs.
Submitted by Jon G. Click here to join teachertime123 on facebook! -Give students a half sheet of white paper, or half of a paper plate. – Have small color squares cut out (or have students cut them) to use for … Continue reading
Submitted by Shana C. Click here to join teachertime123 on facebook! Materials: paper plate pom pom construction paper black marker googly eyes (optional) pipe cleaners(optional) Use the back side of a paper plate. Draw on facial features with a … Continue reading
From www.babysittingjobs.com As Easter approaches, your kids’ thoughts are probably turning to visions of Easter egg hunts, bunnies, chicks and candy. With the help of these 24 bloggers, you can come up with a bunch of different crafts made from … Continue reading
From www.4nannies.com Easter brings images of bunnies, jelly beans, crosses and spring to mind! Most families do the traditional Easter basket, egg hunt and church routine, but this Easter shake things up a bit by thinking outside of the box … Continue reading
Submitted by Nick M. Click here to join teachertime123 on facebook! Use a oval shape pattern as the body of your potato. Let students be creative and encourage them to design their own rather than using patterns for everything. … Continue reading
Submitted by Emily G. Click here to join teachertime123 on facebook! *Trace hand print on black paper. The 3 middle fingers should be placed together. *Use white paint or white out to make eyes, then fill in with black marker … Continue reading
From www.findababysitter.org This Easter, instead of using store-bought Easter decorations, keep your kids busy with some imaginative Easter crafts using items found around the house. All of these crafts use recycled items and containers, preventing these objects from ending up … Continue reading