Make a scratch-out picture with paint over crayon to show some signs of the season.
Create light, sparkly snowflakes! Decorate a package, trim a tree, or hang them in winter windows. Let it snow!
Explore and respond to the work of Marcel Duchamp, creating a collage of a reworked face.
Have your students mastered Simon Says; Red Light, Green Light; and Mother, May I? If so, try out this challenge!
Corn (maize) was a staple in the Aztec culture. Show the Aztec’s sophisticated corn-growing techniques in a realistic di
Celebrate December 13 with children and families in Sweden. It's Luciadagan, St. Lucia Day, when children serve coffee a
Make the simple complicated! Design an invention in the imaginative style Rube Goldberg. Draw a self-operating chain rea
What happens when you mix up your paint colors?
Create inspirational star banners to motivate creative poetry, invention, and songwriting like that of others inspired b
Santa on a speedboat or surfboard instead of a sleigh? December is warm in much of the world. Design holiday cards to fi
Imagine what it is like to be a pet. What might animals tell us if they could share their feelings?
How did you remember that? Students create original color memory games to assist with developing fine motor skills and v
Explore and display textures of tree bark in a patterned arrangement of positive and negative space.
Be a geometry detective! Students cut out and design shiny 3-dimensional stars. They’re filled with angles.
Personalize music, photo, and data CDs! Organize your recordings of school band concerts, term papers, and other files w
Students use the changing of Autumn to engage their knowledge of color.
Looking for a pizzazzy book report format? Try bas-relief sculpture to add a new dimension to your next presentation!
Compare seasons with a changeable folded-paper triarama.
Facial expressions are often the first clues to people’s moods. Create a mask that shows a Distinct Disposition.
Get more out of your favorite color! Create 9 shades of your favorite hue in this value scale exercise.
How would you like to eat a dinner of insects in the dark?! Bats find their food with echolocation—show how with this mo
Draw fantastic weather conditions that could only happen in your dreams.
What do family members or neighbors remember about the "olden days" or their home countries? Find out in an oral history
Grammar rules are a lot more fun to learn when bright colors, map-making, and cooperative games are part of the learning
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