The Write Stuff Teaching
Sometimes it’s the simple ideas that are the “brightest” of all. Thanks for visiting my bright idea post this month. I’ve joined up with 130 bloggers to share a few ideas that are sure to make your teaching life just a little easier. Today, I’d love to share a cute little activity that can be […]
Exploring Northern Lights with Kids through Art and Music
This northern lights art project for kids is so fun and easy as your child learns the science behind why the Aurora Borealis are formed.
3 Music Poster Set - Tempo, Elements and The Orchestra
3 Music Poster Set - Tempo, Elements and The Orchestra These are all editable and can be printed at A4 or A3.Colours can be changed as can the photos used... Save $1 by buying the posters together as a pack!
5 Art Appreciation Lessons for Summer Learning | Melissa & Doug Blog
Help your child tap into his creative side this summer with these 5 different art history appreciation projects from the Melissa & Doug blog. Melissa & Doug
Watercolour and Salt. Science and Art exploration for kids
Watercolour paper, salt and watercolour paint come together to create some incredible results. What makes the best results? That's what you'll need to explore! My clever friend, Asia, from Fun at Home with Kids has been at it again and produced her 2nd fabulous children's book, "The Curious Kid's Science Book." We were thrilled to receive our copy and began pouring over it immediately. The book is set out beautifully with bright, bold imagery, just waiting to entice you and the kids into…
Spring Colour by Rhythm - 3 New Designs!
Treat your students to a fun Spring edition Colour by Rhythm puzzle! This activity is a great way to reinforce/review the values of basic rhythms. The pictures will emerge as they identify whether each section of the design has two, three, or four beats and add the appropriate color. Pack features 3...
Wassily Kandinsky was the inspiration for these colorful 4th grade paintings! In order to learn about Kandinsky we read "The Noisy Paint Box." Wow, this is an awesome book that really gave the kids a better idea of who Kandinsky was. The kids learned that he was an artist with synesthesia. A condition in the brain where color and sound are connected. Kandinsky could hear color as music, and see color when listening to music. He is also considered to be the father of abstract art. We combined…