135 results

135 results


You Selected:



Sort by






Resource Types

All Resource Types


showing 1-24 of 135 results

Permission granted for use with Google Classroom. Keep your students learning with this engaging, standards-based text and activities. Great for distance learning, school breaks or home schools. Problem: There is a lot of information available on the California Missions, but most of it is too detail
Tunnel books are unique and fun! A tunnel book is a three dimensional movable book that you read by looking through it. Originally from the mid-18th century, tunnel books are enjoying a new popularity as an art form in their own right. The tunnel books you've seen may look complicated, but I've de
Kaleidoscope Lettering uses the concepts of bilateral (reflective) symmetry, tessellation, and positive/negative space to transform a name, initials, or an inspiring word into a unique design that looks much more complicated to create than it actually is! This project was so successful and so well
Permission granted for use with Google Classroom. Keep your students learning with this engaging, standards-based text and activities. Great for distance learning, school breaks or home schools. This California Ranchos no-prep unit will give your students an excellent overview of the Mexican Rancho
Your advanced or gifted students and fast finishers will LOVE this S.T.E.A.M. activity integrating Science, Art, and Engineering! Watch your students' creativity ooze as they design an original creature for the New Zoo. Focusing on animal adaptations, this product guides students through the design
Students can use this project with any California Mission. Minimal Prep! Students will use higher-level thinking skills to complete. We have included a list of several resource websites for your convenience, but we especially love our own kid-level Mission texts available in our Thank A Teacher stor
This is a fun, digital activity that students can work on from home or at school! Students add information reflecting their own personalities and life to create a personalized collage. This is a great getting to know you activity as well as an awesome keepsake for the parents to have! The pdf file i
TEXT NOT INCLUDED This foldable graphic organizer can be used with any explorer unit. Students research explorers using outside sources, then complete this foldable project. It can be used as a component in an interactive notebook or displayed on a bulletin board. Choose which explorers you want
Extend your students’ analysis skills with this Photo Analysis unit. Students develop a vocabulary for analyzing photography and art (Elements of Art and Principles of Design), strengthen understanding through nonfiction readings and practice activities, and complete individual analyses. Includes a
Welcome to Monet Math! This 3 part-project is an interdisciplinary one that combines area, perimeter, metric linear measurement, art history, reading, research, and drawing and design. This investigation began when we posed the questions, “If we were going to design your own garden, how would we de
Spring Actvities | Reading | Logic | Art | Deductive ReasoningAdd a little Springtime enrichment and art to your classroom. Students will love inferring and using deductive logic as they follow the Crime Scene Protocol and unlock the mystery of the Bunny BrainteaserThis Springtime Activity is an eng
Are You Ready for Chinese New Year? This resource works for any year any animal!Chinese New Year is a wonderful opportunity to teach an important part of Chinese culture to upper-grade students! This packet explores the history and traditions of Chinese New Year, biographical information about Confu
This is a page/poster that students can use as a reference when writing about art. Great for teachers of art history, art teachers, and elementary teachers teaching art. Also great for gifted and talented learners. It is a great way for any teacher of writing to incorporate new vocabulary and incorp
Who doesn't love PUGS?Here's a fun, lighthearted, reading passage and art activity that includes comprehension questions about one of the most-loved dogs in the world, PUGS!Did you know the Pug Breed originated in Ancient China? Find out more in the Reading Comprehension Activity: Pugs, A Dog Fit Fo
Get to know one of America’s best known and influential architects!Students will develop an appreciation for the architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. They will learn about his architecture and design theories. Frank grew up in Wisconsin with a love of nature, shapes and patterns. That love can be found in
Artist Biographies | Depth and Complexity | The Story of ART-tellingAre your students ready to visit an Art Museum?This is PERSPECTIVE teaching at it’s best! Every picture tells a story and what you see is what you getThis is a complete 2.5 Hour Enrichment Workshop is perfect for a GATE pullout prog
Update (6/14/2017): The size of this pdf has more than tripled! If you've already purchased and downloaded, be sure to grab an updated copy! This would make a fabulous STEM activity to end the school year...especially if your school has banned fidget spinners! On the day that I announced that we wo
Challenge students to identify the theme of the iconic painting The Golden Rule by Norman Rockwell through multiple "readings," close observation of details in the painting, and discussion of the cultural and historical context of the artwork. Pair this informational "text" lesson with fiction read
This is a Depth & Complexity GATE Frame for the 13 Colonies. Frames are great activities for promoting and practicing critical thinking and creativity. The concept of the frame comes from a GATE strategy. The document is designed like a picture frame, with 4 writing sections (the 4 sides of a f
Reinforce these positive messages with these 10 coloring bookmarks. One side is a whimsical original coloring picture, the other side is a inspiring growth mindset quote. Copy back to back on cardstock for reversible bookmarks. Quotes include:I like a challenge!I'm on the right track!Instead of givi
HALLOWEEN CREATIVE THINKING PROJECT: Jazzy Jack-o'-lanterns (Destination: Imagination via Creative Thinking)Jazzy Jack-o'-lanterns is a creative, Halloween activity originally designed for gifted and talented children, but clearly appropriate for all students. This is a FREE sample of what you will
An excellent culminating project or differentiated/compacting assignment for your geometry and angles unit. The students will learn about Cubism's history, defining elements, and important artists. They will view major works of Cubist art with guiding questions about geometric attributes, lines and
S.C.A.M.P.E.R. is an acronym used to help one remember some great tools for creative thinking. "Substitute" is the first tool, followed by "Combine", "Adapt", "Modify", "Put to Another Use", "Eliminate", and "Rearrange." This particular product by Terri Eichholz of engagetheirminds.com is a packet o
Have your students research and report on a famous artist. Included in this pack: description of report and visual aid, rubric for project, graphic organizer for research notes, and list of artists with descriptions and images of works to choose from.

showing 1-24 of 135 results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

More About Us

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up