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This geography lapbook kit includes 11 PAGES OF INFORMATIONAL PASSAGES about maps and globes, hemispheres, lines of latitude/longitude, cardinal and intermediate directions, compass rose, continents and oceans, pangaea, landforms, bodies of water, plus black line masters and step by step photo direc
For personal or commercial use. This mega pack includes 20 black and white frames. All frames are high resolution 300 dpi png files. There are 10 unique frames in white fill and transparent fill for a total of 20 frames. *This product is also part of my $5 HUGE Seller's Toolkit Bundle Graphics
This 32 page download is a complete kit with black line masters and photo illustrations for making a geometry lapbook with your students. Use it to complement your own geometry unit.This lapbook kit contains the following interactive parts:1. Lapbook cover2. Face, edge, and vertex cut and paste inse
★★★BUY THE BUNDLE AND SAVE! ★★★I can't think of a better way to greet your students in the morning than with a sweet message to let them know that a piece of your ♥ is beating for them. February is the month of love, and it's a great time to remind our students just how much they are loved by their
Go beyond the typical self-portrait lesson with Fingerprint Self-Portraits! While most self-portraits emphasize what a student looks like, this lesson provides a snapshot of a child’s personality at a specific time in their life. Middle schoolers will enjoy sharing their opinions, their likes and di
Who doesn't like superheroes? Students love them!A theme that boys love, and girls can also enjoy.This project is a great occasion to work on how to draw characters, while discovering an incredible artist: Roy Lichenstein, through the Pop Art movement.Level:Grade 3 and up. Also great for Junior High
Students use isometric dot paper to draw 3-D buildings and design their own cube cities. This project is a great culmination to any study in volume. Contents: 1. Teaching Notes 2. Student Sheets: *Learn to Draw Cubes and Rectangular Prisms *Draw Rectangular Prisms practice sheet *Design a Mini Me
This project integrates math, science, art, and engineering in an engaging and fun way! Students are told that they are going to build their own race cars that need to be as FAST as possible, all while staying with their budget of $29,000! Students choose their car frame (there are 4 to choose from)
Here’s an original way to create a Christmas artwork with your students.This is a perfect project for making a wish card.Level:Grade 2 and upTechnique:Collage and drawingVisual language:EnumerationPatternsRepetition Materials:Christmas wrapping paperScissorsGluePermanent black felt markersColoured f
Introducing students to art history – to “masters” who have shaped artistic styles – can be challenging. “The Starry Night,” by Vincent Van Gogh is one of the most recognized artworks in the world. This resource highlights the famous artist and his iconic painting by offering a complete and compre
Is your Scale Factor unit a little boring? Are you looking for a FUN, ready-to-use activity to MOTIVATE your students? If so, then this PROJECT is for you!! Students will demonstrate their knowledge of similar figures, determining the scale factor, and measurement by selecting and enlarging a pi
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-l
You can use this directed drawing activity to get your students inspired to think about their own dreams for themselves and their community. It is unbelieveable how much their drawings look so different, but just like Martin!
As the school year draws to a close, it can be difficult to keep your students engaged and enthusiastic. This resource, the I Remember That! - An End of the Year Create Your Own Board Game Review Project helps do just that. NOTE: A companion resource perfect for distance learning has been created
Use these for so many things! They are the perfect start to a Self-Portrait. Use them to illustrate a character in a story. They can be used to draw historical figures or community figures. You will find that they can be used in all subject areas and at all times throughout the year. There is
★★★BUY THE BUNDLE AND SAVE! ★★★ I LOVE a positive mindset reminder throughout the day...or in this case, throughout the ENTIRE MONTH! The rain showers during the month of April inspired this one. So many of my students needed this, that I knew right away it was a perfect fit. With this download, y
Time to give thanks to our awesome dads! Enjoy this Star Wars inspired Father's Day craft with your kids. With an out-of-the-box craft and a trendy prompt, your students will get as much of a kick out of this as the dads will :) ** To see how we used this craft in our classroom and for more teac
The Lesson Lady presents a 40 slide two point perspective PowerPoint on how to draw a city block. Your students will enjoy this lesson that is always a success and excites students. Two point perspective is easy to learn and once students learn the basics, they will be able to successfully draw a f
★★★BUY THE BUNDLE AND SAVE! ★★★ Who doesn't love science?! I made this door for my sweet friend who teaches this subject. She absolutely loved it, and all of her students did, too! I wanted something that was catchy, fun, and all about this awesome subject. I think I accomplished my mission! With
★★★BUY THE BUNDLE AND SAVE! ★★★I LOVE when my door sets the stage for my students’ day with me! This door decoration set is a nod to the sweet luck that goes along with the month of March, but can easily translate and stay up during the month of April! Besides, who has time to fuss during testing se
Instead of a regular color wheel, make an interactive color wheel! This is an excellent tool for helping students understand color. Each color card is labeled with “Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary” to help students remember the vocabulary associated with the element of color. This project is also a
NOW AVAILABLE IN A MEDIA LITERACY BUNDLE! Click here to view Buy what you need to teach Media Literacy for the year and save $ :-)Game On! This Media Literacy unit is fun, highly motivational, and broken down into manageable steps for every type of learner in your class. Chances are it will be one o
WHITE WOOD TEXTURESThis is a set of 12 digital wood backgrounds, distressed wood, stained wood planks, rustic wood, wood blocks, shabby chic wood, in painted and stained colors white, rustic white, and light natural wood.You can use them in your school projects, digital projects, TpT products, party
42 page set of value and shading exercises for pencil and/or colored pencil. These value-scale related projects offer plenty of practice for students. Also includes example and practice sheets for the shading the basic forms. It's fun to follow these worksheets with an Op-Art Coloring Sheet or Coun

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