STEM Straw Bridges - Playdough To Plato
Looking for an amazing STEM activity that's exciting for the whole class? These STEM straw bridges will spark creativity in your little engineers!
What Makes Bridges So Strong?
A SciShow Kids viewer wrote us to ask how bridges are strong enough to carry cars and trucks! Jessi and Squeaks can explain -- with blocks!----------Like Sci...
Watercolour Bridge Silhouettes
some of 1/2B's beautiful bridge silhouettes Lesson Background: My class have been engaged in a Technology unit for the past few week...
Monet's Bridge: 4th Grade
So here are the mostly finished works that I posted about a week or so ago. Over all I am happy with them, but part of me wonders if I should have let the students switch over to tempera paint for the second day details. Over all successful lesson....and I know when I teach it again...I'll tweak a few things next time to hopefully allow for more individuality.
Monet Inspired Sponge Painting – The Pinterested Parent
Spread the loveMy daughter and I love the famous artists. We also love playing around with different paint techniques. We combined the two for these Monet inspired landscape sponge paintings. The sponge created a wonderful…Continue Reading…
Recently, I needed a quick simple lesson that I could do with my kindergartners. While searching the internet, I found this wonderful lesson from Laugh Paint Create. This was perfect timing because my little kindergartners have been learning about shapes in math class. This was a really simple lesson. I gave each table a pile of pre-cut shapes, which students pieced together to create houses, boats, waves, etc. For the bridge, I just photocopied it onto construction paper, and then had my…
Travel for All. All for Travel.
Bridges all over the world are beautiful structures and they attract tourists like a magnet. Cristina Puscas lists some of the famous bridges you can walk or climb.