In this handout I have compiled and hand drawn 50 different Native American symbols. These symbols come from many different tribes and can mean different things to different tribes. I collected these specific symbols from many online resources. I do
In this student handout I drew out 12 different hairstyles for my students' Lego Self-Portrait projects. These hairstyles represent 6 boys and 6 girls with different hair textures, lengths, and styles that best show my student population.
As seen in Australian indigenous artwork, these different Australian animals have added patterns and lines to look similar to an x-ray. All 5 animals, fish, long-neck turtle, platypus, snake, and lizard, were hand drawn by me. I print out copies for
In this handout, I drew out as many different types of straight or curved lines as possible for my students to observe and use in their artwork. I also label all the types of lines by the names that I and my students like to call them.
This download includes 3 hand drawn pumpkin outlines inspired by the artist Yayoi Kusama. I personally use these pumpkins with my Kindergarten and 1st graders for sub plans or a nice one day lesson. Have your students color the pumpkin, cut it out,
This handout includes two pages of hand drawn faces and designs that I use with my students to create their Mexican Coco or Talavera Suns. The first page has 6 different faces with different eyes, eyebrows, noses, and mouths, as well as other facial
This is my very rough lesson plan for my 3rd grade project on Woven Dream Catchers. As it is only my second year teaching this lesson I am still working out any knots and frays to the lesson itself and will revise it next year as a finalized plan.
This is a pdf of the giant crayons that I print on 12"x18" construction paper for my students to use in creating their Giant Expressive Crayons. Please remember to change your printer settings to Paper Size 12"x18" before hitting print. Many school
This PDF includes one page of Eye and Mouth Ideas for students to draw from, two pages of Eyes that students can cut out, and one page of Mouths that students can cut out. All eyes and mouths were either hand drawn by me or created by me on a Word
My drawn version of the crayon on the last page of The Day the Crayons Quit that you can use to teach/review different lines and good coloring with younger students. This version is a PDF that is one 12"x18" paper which is what I typically use for
My drawn version of the crayon on the last page of The Day the Crayons Quit that you can use to teach/review different lines and good coloring with younger students. This version is a PDF that is a standard paper size, 8.5"x11", which is why I call
The complete lesson plans for my "fake" Stained Glass Snowflakes that I create with my 2nd grade students. I also used this lesson in my most recent formal (hour long) observation for my first year teaching in my new district and my principal loved