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Students experiment with gravity as they follow directions to create parachutes that will carry paperclip passengers safely to the ground.
Would you let your students make art with food? In this lesson inspired by 'Amezaiku' artist, Shinri Tezuka, students create personally meaningful...
This student-centered art unit frees young students to explore their surroundings, collect found materials with care, and create a beautiful,...
Why let STEM teachers have all the fun? Here are three lesson plans to make the most of the rare astronomical event in your English classroom.
Discover strategies to teach foundational drawing skills using engaging, kid-friendly methods.
Lesson ideas that will make use of your old art materials while making space on your supply shelves.
In this lesson, students design and use a model to test cause and effect interactions concerning the functioning of a marine food web.
Looking for a creative new way to take Shakespeare off the page? Try this "fashionable" literary interpretation project.
In this lesson, students will design a solution to a food system issue impacting their home, school, or community.
The case for teaching empathy. Keith Lambert examines ways to integrate teaching this social-emotional skill into your current curriculum.
Take an in-depth look at a visualization strategy that empowers early childhood art students to explore metaphor kinesthetically.
In this lesson, students learn the routines involved in using and adding entries to their science notebooks.
Trying to squeeze in last-minute learning? Get ideas for keeping kids focused.
If your students find analyzing poetry intimidating, try using this approach the next time you discuss a poem with them.