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Grades: 3–5, 6–8
This fun activity introduces young students to the concept of image movement in drawings.
Hone their fine-motor skills, encourage creative thinking, and engage children in cooperative learning as they work together to create a group...
This activity helps children develop creative-thinking, social-development, and language skills and an awareness of the environment.
Children will work collaboratively to create their own bustling town of cardboard homes.
Children will create instruments that encourage creativity, music and rhythm awareness, and cooperative play in this ready-to-use teaching idea...
Children will work together to design and build their own individual castles.
Children will develop creative-thinking skills as they explore the texture of corrugated cardboard.
Children will make their own dolls to foster imaginative play, explore day-to-day experiences, and expand block play.
Children will create their own designs on acetate paper and learn about "enlarged" and "reduced" images using the projector in this ready-to-use...
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Children will create drawings of plants to develop science, observational, and communication skills.
Children piece together favorite moments from the year in this activity that engages literacy and creative...
Children work in groups of three to create a silly drawing of a person.
Children will collect small objects and differentiate the shapes of each object by drawing and using the projector in this ready-to-use teaching...
Children will invent and design their own machines.
Children develop creative-thinking, fine-motor, language, and social skills as they work together to plan, design, and create a mural.
Young children create mobiles that document their wishes.
Children create an animal portrait gallery.
Children develop creative-thinking, fine-motor, and language skills as they use different materials to create individual art projects.
Children create a group quilt in which each square depicts a favorite book or a character from literature.