DIY Scratch Art- Colorful Paper Plate Mandalas - The Kitchen Table Classroom
This simple mandala project turns a plain old paper plate into DIY scratch art. It’s bright and colorful and a […]
Unlock the Box! Halloween Multiplication & Division Challenge
The Box is Locked! is an engaging math challenge for Halloween, with a multiplication and division story problem focus. A black cat named Inky has locked a prize inside of a box, and students must solve his clues and find the key to open the box! Students must DO MATH and BREAK CODES in order to sol...
October Halloween Writing Craftivity
These super cute writing craftivities are sure to get your students excited to write, write, write! They are perfect to use all year round and are especially suited for the month of October. The pack features 2 craftivities, step by step instructions and planning/writing templates to help guide the...
Adinkra Symbols- Exploring Printmaking and Patterning through Traditional African Textiles - The Kitchen Table Classroom
Adinkra Cloth African Textile Printmaking Lesson | Art Projects for Kids | Teach your students about patterns and African art with this engaging art lesson. Make stamps from cardboard and foam sheets.
33 Genius Ways to Use Pool Noodles in Your Classroom
Pool noodles are cheap, everywhere, and great tools for learning or classroom decor! Here are our favorite creative pool noodle uses.
Materials: - Tagboard - Raffia - Markers - Pencil - Scissors - Hole Punch - African Mask Tracer - Scissors - African Mask Examples ...
Love these great cardboard animal portraits! Thinking of human portraits too. No directions attached, but I think they're easy to figure out for an assignment idea! #teachingart #cardboard #animalportraits #portraits #selfportraits
Sewing As A Beginner – Where To Start And How To Advance
This article is meant to show you how to get started in sewing if you have the desire to sew but have never sewn before, or are new to sewing. The information is fairly simple and gives you …
Assigning a One-Pager as a Culminating Project
I recently assigned a one-pager final project to my sophomores for their culminating Night project. I wanted to combine as many rigorous ELA content ideas as possible, while also designing a fun project for students that provided them with a bit of choice. To make this project rigorous, I required my students to include multiple MLA-cited quotations with a literary analysis explanation. These are skills my students have learned and practiced all year long, so it was a way for me to assess…