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George Washington did have false teeth, but were they made of wood? Find out what they were made of and create a poster
Robert Rauscheberg is an American pop-artist and one of the many artists supported by FAPE (Foundation for Art and Prese
What pets are feed, walked, or groomed? Izak, who lives in Lapland, takes care of a reindeer! Match animals with owners
Students make a faux stained glass design using Crayola Window Crayons on wax paper.
Start with a simple shoe shape and create a fantasy style shoe design with a new, exciting purpose!
What would you do if you were a national leader? Invite students to imagine themselves as the head of a government.
Construct a twelve-sided paper globe to display facts learned while exploring Antarctica.
Open the wonderful, wacky, wondrous, and wild world of adjectives! Students have fun adding lots of adjectives to descri
Play a game in pairs that challenges students to describe and classify their knowledge and research into one word catego
Students create a self portrait using the letter U as a face shape.
Celebrate national leaders! Open the doors and windows of a government building to reveal memorable accomplishments of p
What would it be like to be a U.S. President? Design your own Oval Office in the White House, decorated with your favori
Create a beautiful West African Adinkra Cloth and learn about the culture of the Ashanti people. Get bold results with C
The inventor of the mobile and stabile was the American artist, Alexander Calder. In this lesson students will create ki
With the book “Is This a House for a Hermit Crab?” by Megan McDonald as a jumping off point, students create a matching
Teens explore symbolism and identity as they create color filled silhouettes that visually depict a term and image to de
Setting goals helps everyone to achieve success. This activity will showcase the goals of members of the whole class in
Watch interest in trees and ecology grow as students create a forest of 3-D trees representing multiple species.
How are elections held? What do government leaders do? Begin with a briefcase that opens up new branches of learning.
Bring in some fun and ‘kitschy’ design into your presidential study! Use the Caldecott Medal book So You Want to Be Pres
Students go wild filling Beasty Books and their brains with fun facts and figures about their favorite creatures.
Create a house for the lovable character Corduroy after experiencing Don Freeman’s book, Corduroy.
Celebrate President’s Day with a contemporary collage. Create textured rubbings of presidential facts and images.