Inspiring classroom door!

Definitely want to do this to my classroom door! Students sign the classroom door! Maybe the back side so when it's closed during class students in the halls can see it.

Types of Rocks Anchor Chart

9 Must Make Anchor Charts for Science

Earth Science Learning about rocks is fun! In this post, Jennifer White explains in photos how she teaches her rock unit to her students. Crafts, writing, and…

Stone Age Rock Wall Art

Stone Age Rock Wall Art// explain how this was how they told stories. rocks were like the books we read today.

Mini Stonehenge

How to Make a Miniature Stonehenge Garden this would be great for a small zen garden or expand the idea to make it bigger for an earth day project or for Beltane

Pupils note their learning on the Stone Age topic by making a diary of a man from that period

Pupils note their learning on the Stone Age topic by making a diary of a man…

Stone Age: ceramic slab Cave Art lesson-uses stencil technique with student creating own stencil-applying Amaco velvets on wet clay

Newspaper collage of Ted Hughes' Iron Man, based on illustrations by Andrew Davidson.  Using small pieces of option newspaper to describe light & shade...tonal values.  Example for KS2 (year 5) art lesson.

Newspaper collage of Ted Hughes' Iron Man, based on illustrations by Andrew Davidson. Using small pieces of option newspaper to describe light & shade.tonal values. Example for (year art lesson.

Make your own pigment in scallop shells (you can get scallops in half shells from the supermarket - very tasty). Grind down dried clay, chalks and pastels and experiment with binding agents e.g. water, glue, oil. I found suet works well - and you can get vegetable suet so no need for animal products.

Make your own pigment in scallop shells (you can get scallops in half shells…

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