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Exceptional student work in the Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery at the Art Students League of New York for the week of May 12, 2014.

Exceptional student work in the Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery at the Art Students League of New York for the week of May

5th Grade art club Topography idea. Students begin drawing an organic shape on a large pc construction paper. Cut out - re-trace it on another piece copy the line only a little smaller. Keep up until pieces become small. Once all pieces are cut out - start to glue together put a small piece of styrofoam in between to show height. Place styrofoam above one another, easier to press down as built up.- created via http://pinthemall.net

Students begin drawing an organic shape on a large pc construction paper. Work small to large.

Nice welcome back to school bulletin board. Checkout this great post on Bulletin Board Ideas!

"Check Out the Lineup in." Using a T-shirt theme and hanging student shirts along a clothing line is a colorful idea for a Back To School bulletin board display. You can also have the children decorate their t-shirt

Parallel & Perpendicular Art

Parallel & Perpendicular Art (love2learn2day)

Parallel & Perpendicular Art: Are your students confused by the terms parallel and perpendicular? This fun math/art activity is sure to clear up any confusion!

Are you a middle school or elementary teacher who is frustrated by lines of students wanting your attention? You are going to want to check out this post containing an easy strategy that both you AND your substitute teachers will love!

How To Manage Students Who Are Demanding Your Attention

Holiday FREEBIE -Are you a middle school or elementary teacher who is frustrated by lines of students wanting your attention? You are going to want to check out this post containing an easy strategy that both you AND your substitute teachers will love!

Zentangle Pumpkins! Perfect for Halloween! Students need a piece of paper, sharpie, pencil, and orange watercolor. That's it!!!!! Great for relaxation and creative expression!

Students need a piece of paper, sharpie, pencil, and orange watercolor. Might make a good final project if we draw a mirror image into water and a point of perspective pumpkin patch.

Introducing Shakespeare's Language: Help students understand Shakespeare's Language by breaking down the process. Use these engaging activities to introduce the vocabulary, grammar, and rhythms used in his language. Students will also explore Shakespeare's influence on the English language and do some translation. Blog post.

Teaching Shakespeare's Language

Introducing Shakespeare's Language: Help students understand Shakespeare's Language by breaking down the process. Use these engaging activities to introduce the vocabulary, grammar, and rhythms used in his language. Students will also explore Shakespeare's influence on the English language and do some translation. Blog post.

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