impressionists bio pages
Love this - 11 Untranslatable Words From Other Cultures Infographic
Royalty Free Map--to use when having the kids plot where the explorers went
How do you educate children about constellations during daylight hours? Here's how! We have created and professionally die-cut cardboard medallions with holes to represent each individual star in a constellation. When light shines through the medallion, the image of the constellation appears. This can be done indoors using a flashlight to make the conste... camp, craft, classroom tent, teaching about light, astronomy for kids, constellations, science teaching ideas, teach children to cut, teaching about stars
Constellations ~ what a great idea!
“Maison de Van Gogh”, 2004-2006, by Kathryn Yu who writes: "What if all the artworks that an artist makes are coexisting inside of him/her?" This would be a great idea for a kid's art project. Choose a famous artist & they can create a collage with their art.
Story of the World Volume 1 Resources
Tending Our Lord's Garden: Story of the World Volume 1 Resources
Ink & tempera resist - paint shapes with tempera (powdered tempera w/ water to the consistency of toothpaste, any color, example is yellow). leave an unpainted outline. When paint is dry paint outlines in India ink. Rinse off tempera under running water....in the example she then continues to paint in watercolors. ink resist, middle school, art lesson, diy tempera, tempera resist, interest techniqu, resist techniqu, diy idea, art techniqu
Ink & Tempera Resist Technique process | Art Student 101
that artist woman: Art Elements lessons for kids
Printmaking projects for art this summer
The "Sucrose and Glucose and Fructose, Oh My! Uncovering Hidden Sugar in Your Food" science project guides students in using invertase to investigate how an enzyme converts sucrose into glucose and how this changes the amount of glucose we digest from different foods. [Source: Science Buddies, http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project_ideas/HumBio_p035.shtml?from=Pinterest] #STEM #scienceproject stem
The "Sucrose Glucose Fructose, Oh My! Uncovering Hidden Sugar in Your Food" science project guides students in using invertase to investigate how an enzyme converts sucrose into glucose and how this changes the amount of glucose we digest from different foods. [Source: Science Buddies]
Rock Cycle [More important than you think! When picking rocks for hardscapes you want to use Metamorphic rock in most cases, especially with water (so it doesn't leach anything into the water) but it is also important to know what type of rockscape your critters may have evolved with] badges, charts, rock cycle, homeschool, educ, rocks, earth science, geolog, kid
Tree/Leaf Identification. Great for Botany Lesson on Leaves! Print and take with you on your leaf hunt!
This is a great computer game for 5th students who have learned about the American Revolutionary War. It teaches about the people, battles, places, and events during the American Revolution. You play as a young 14-year-old boy living during 1777. You have to choose between "crown or country" and the story unfolds from there. learn histori, classroom, learning games, mission, online games, educational games, homeschool, histori game, social studi
Online Games to learn history- Mission 1 and Mission 2 about Revolutionary and Civil Wars
Families of the Orchestra: printable pages for each instrument family
The daughter of mathematician Theon, Hypatia grew up on the northern tip of Egypt in the great city of Alexandria in the 4th century A.D. Unlike most girls of her time, Hypatia learned to read and write, and as she grew older was tutored in mathematics, astronomy, and philosophy. In time, word spread of her brilliance and scholars from all over the world came to her seeking her advice and opinions in these subjects. Records of her fame as a teacher can be found in the writings of Socrates.