Classroom centers focused on city themed preschool toys can be fun educational opportunities for teachers and students. Read on to learn about toys that can be used for this type of center or unit in any preschool class.
Preschool students love to paint and get messy and preschool teachers love creative ways to add extra fun to any curriculum unit. Let’s provide creative some creative ideas to paint with a sponge.
Learning about parallel, perpendicular and intersecting lines can be as difficult for students to master as learning a new tongue twister. These lesson plans for teaching parallel, perpendicular and intersecting lines will help students master these new terms through concrete real-life examples.
Art instructors will enjoy using these Roy Lichtenstein art lesson plans to help their students understand the life and work of this 20th Century pop artist. Suggestions are included for classroom projects based on Lichtenstein’s groundbreaking graphic art style.
Follow this basic outline of the photosynthesis process and teaching tools to help make this science unit fun as well as educational.
Learning about the human skeleton has come a long way since the old song about the knee bone being connected to the thigh bone. This skeletal WebQuest explains how teachers can use the Internet as an interactive tool for students to learn about the human skeleton.
These Fourth Grade social studies lesson plans offer teachers a comprehensive guide to doing an in-class, interactive wagon train simulation with their fourth grade students. Plans include supplies needed, rubric concept and educational outcome.
These pop art lesson plans will help your art students appreciate and understand the concepts in pop art through exposure to significant artists and works within the movement.
These art lesson plans focus on graffiti and murals with the intention of bridging the gap between art and inner city youth.
These abstract art lesson plans serve to inspire students to appreciate and enjoy abstract art. This lesson emphasizes the lack of subject matter in abstract art and includes representative pieces by Piet Mondrian and Jackson Pollock.