Motorized Coloring Machine Kids Can Make
You know what STEM is right? Science, technology, engineering and math. These are skills that kids really need to have a nice handle on- both boys and girls. We
2- Ingredient Walking Rainbow Experiment That Works Like Magic
Kids will love making their very own walking water rainbow from just three colors. It's amazing how color mixing can make something spectacular!
How to See Sound Science Experiment
What does sound look like? This fun 5-item science experiment helps kids “see” sound waves and have fun while doing it. In this article, we include a demonstration video, a supplies list, detailed printable instructions, experiment variations, and an easy to understand scientific explanation of how it works. Bonus: Kids love this experiment because not […]
Make Math FUN! Add a Splash of Art!
Take your geometry lesson up a notch by integrating the arts. This colorful geometry lesson is sure to engage your students and brighten up your classroom.
12 Ways to Integrate Science and Art
These awesome science and art activities are a great way to teach science by using art. The science topics include the sun, space, leaves, sound, and more!
4th Grade Paper Mache Greek Vase Sculptures
These paper mache Greek vases are one of my all-time favorite sculpture lessons! We started the lesson by looking at and discussing Greek art and design elements, which of course involved watching …
Art History and Writing Integration - Whimsy Workshop Teaching
Integrate art and literacy with no prep or background knowledge with step by step tutorials for art history and art around the world!
Music, Media, Games
Rudy is a curious mouse who wonders, What is art? Claude, his feathered friend, tries to teach him. Rudy works on a self-portrait, a still life, a landscape, found art, a sculptureall with disastrous
Lesson Plans and Resources for Arts Integration
Educators from Bates Middle School, in Annapolis, Maryland, share arts-integrated lessons and resources that you can use in your school.
The Art of Literacy
Happy Thanksgiving. . .Y'all! I've been busily working this week to wrap up a few end-of-term papers and projects for grad school. One of the nearest and dearest to my heart is the creation of this new little website, The Art of Literacy, which is all about how to use Art to drive Literacy curriculum (and vice versa). It is set up to provide educators with a few, introductory projects. And, to provide a bit of background about both Art and Literacy to help respective teachers feel more…