National Gallery of Art NGAkids CD ROMs Eight new NGAkids CD-ROMs are available through the Gallery's LEARNING RESOURCES portal. If you are having compatibility issues or if you prefer using our art activities offline, we invite you to register and borrow these free CDs. TEACHING FOR THE FUTURE – TEACHING FOR THE FUTURE Just such a powerful and meaningful song. References Like this: Pineapple Paintbrush: Shop Class PDFs The Intro to Art Class PDF includes 57 pages of pictures and step-by-step instructions of all the online class projects, printable worksheets, plus BONUS projects. You can purchase the PDF for $15 and you are allowed to make 3 copies for each PDF that you buy. They would make great gifts for children, friends, teachers, family members, neighbors and more. Here is some more specific information about the PDF:
Blogs in Education Blogs in Education Chances are you, or someone close to you, has a personal or professional blog. A blog is a website that acts as an online journal, a place to post information, and a way to keep in touch with others. A blog can be used as an important tool for networking and sharing tips or news with other teachers, dispersing information to your students, and keeping parents abreast of what is happening in your classroom. Write about your passions as they pertain to teaching or the field of education, and tell other professionals about your blog. Inspired by Nature Anatomy & Book Give-Away How many times have you done a lesson on a butterfly and your second graders know more about butterfly anatomy than you do? I used to struggle to remember whether the body was called a thorax or abdomen. I fear no longer. This book is your side-pocket secret to enhancing any art project.
Tippytoe Crafts: Grouchy Ladybugs Today we read Eric Carle's The Grouchy Ladybug. I taught the kids all about these tiny beetles and then we got to work on making some. I got my idea from here, but I changed it a bit. Kids Spring Crafts As the snow melts and the weather (hopefully) warms it's time to turn to our attention to baby birds hatching, flowers blooming, butterflies emerging and rainbows coming from the rainy weather. The best part is that all of these things make great kids spring crafts and are a lot of fun to do on a rainy day or a day that's still a little too cold to go outside to play. These spring crafts are all made with fun materials, many of which you most likely already have in your home.
Avanture kod kuće: Lijep konj marioneta Our puppet craze continues in earnest - we've made another marionette - but this time it's a horse. He's been named Handsome, and he is brilliant. He clip-clops around the house on his mismatched button hooves and he is particularly good at jumping. Here's a little clip of his skills in action: Free Art Teacher Resources This page contains a collection of free Art resources for use by middle and high school teachers. You are welcome to use these resources within your own Art classes and teaching programmes, as long as the source of the image is credited as studentartguide.com. We are more than happy for links to these images to be shared via social mediums such as Facebook or Pinterest, however publishing these materials in any other way is not permitted: see our Terms and Conditions for more information.