Bulletin boards, which inspire a student and ignite their curiosity, create spontaneous learning in the computer classroom. Not only can we direct students to great websites, we can interest them in learning on their own.
Looking for an engaging design lesson to use in your science, social, math, or art lesson? This creature creation will allow students to design a creature name tag from words they will be exposed to throughout your lesson or your classroom while learning to be creative, have fun and produce art.
The derivative can be described as the slope, and the limit of a function. The derivative is a function that can be solved. Students can easily solve derivative problems if they know the theory, the rules that apply to solving it and see several examples of finding the derivative in Calculus.
Having trouble teaching texture drawing? This easy art lesson will help students to create realistic spider drawings that have a hairy texture. The method is a way for students to practice textures that they have previously learned. Students will enjoy drawing a spider in a new way.
Do you have students who learn best by visualizing? Knowing the visual learner’s strengths can enhance your teaching method in the classroom. In this article, we will explore ways to cater to visual learning style strengths in the classroom.
Do you plan your art lessons as you are passing out the paper? Art lesson plans are not as daunting as they seem. Planning great drawing lessons is easy when you follow these tips on how to teach drawing to students at several levels.
You’ve shown how to draw using single point perspective; now you can take the lesson further with this two-point-perspective drawing lesson. Students will enjoy creating a streetscape with towers and buildings leading the eye to the vanishing points. It’s the second part of a thematic art unit plan.
These ideas for short art lessons are for creating simple and easy collages in unique ways. Students will enjoy creating a large extended picture out of a small magazine picture. Other collage ideas are given for students to try which can be simple or complex. Fun and creativity are easily mixed.
This art thematic unit plan has an introductory lesson on perspective drawing using 1 vanishing point. Students will enjoy practicing the concept in a practice lesson using their initials and when drawing a bedroom scene. Students will then design a realistic street scape using 2 vanishing points.
Students will create striking scratch art pictures from simple flower drawings in this art project for spring. Using pens and silver backed paper, students will enjoy creating beautiful art that can become a lovely Mother’s Day gift.
These drawing lesson plans teach how to draw human faces using the right proportions. 7th graders use hands on activities to find the relationships of the eye in face drawing. Students will be amazed at how their pencil drawings of people are made easy with these guidelines and techniques.
This 7th grade art lesson teaches how to create a plaster human face mask. Students will use the previous painting faces lesson to help with the painting of the eyes, skin and hair details of a human face. Students will be amazed at their plaster mask making skills after completing this project.
This portrait painting lesson teaches how to paint realistic self-portraits using the right proportions. Kids use the previous drawing faces lesson to help with the painting of the eyes, skin and hair details of their own face. Students will be amazed at how pencil drawings can be transformed!
This colorful art project involves acrylic paint, paper and symmetry. It is fast, easy to do and doesn’t require a lot of special skills. Any grade level will enjoy discovering the creatures they can create!
What is the best way to introduce the concept of limits? This article explains the concept of limits, shows the related graphs, provides examples solving calculus limit problems and gives resources for teaching limits to high school students.
This article shows various examples of special cases of calculus limit problems that are solvable by using factoring and other mathematical concepts. Special cases result in limits that can be graphed on most points of the function. Learn how to solve limit problems with this free calculus help.
This easy watercolor Valentine’s Day lesson will produce a background with heart-shaped imprints for Valentines Day messages to be painted on. Students can make a background for heart stamps or Valentine cards using simple watercolor painting techniques. Your elementary students will LOVE this!