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International Dot Day Lesson Plan - International Dot Day, a celebration of creativity, courage and collaboration. THE DOT, by Peter Reynolds, 2003 This lesson plan celebrates International Dot Day with a student art exhibition based on the color study Farbstudie Quadrate, by the French Expressionist, Wassily Kandinsky, well known for his color theory. Students are introduced to the experimentation with color mixing, and create a piece of art to be part of a large, collaborative exhibit…

A lesson plan celebrating International Dot Day for Art teachers. Teach students creativity, courage & collaboration with Kandinsky inspired artwork.

Here's an exercise of painting, based on the colors primary, secondary and achromatic. Inspired by the works of Sonia and Robert Delaunay, these acrylic paintings were made by students of Grade 6th...

Here’s an exercise of painting, based on the colors primary, secondary and achromatic. Inspired by the works of Sonia and Robert Delaunay, these acrylic paintings were made by students of Gra…

Ravioli with Spinach, Artichokes, Capers, Sun-Dried Tomatoes. Vegetables are sautéed in garlic and olive oil. #Italian #Mediterranean #pasta

Ravioli with Spinach, Artichokes, Capers, Sun-Dried Tomatoes. Vegetables are sautéed in garlic and olive oil. #Italian #Mediterranean #pasta

Chocolate Ripple Cheesecake

Chocolate Ripple Cheesecake

Making Thinking Visible with Interactive Bulletin Boards. This is a great strategy to use for inquiry based learning and works in many grades. I have tried it with first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade and fifth grade. It allowed for s student's voices to be heard and seen and increased engagement. This strategy provides opportunity for critical thinking in the elementary classroom. Great for 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade and up!

Making Thinking Visible with Interactive Bulletin Boards. This is a great strategy to use for inquiry based learning and works in many grades. I have tried it with first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade and fifth grade. It allowed for s student's voices to be heard and seen and increased engagement. This strategy provides opportunity for critical thinking in the elementary classroom. Great for 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade and up!