Aoife Mc Donnell

Aoife Mc Donnell

Aoife Mc Donnell
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a faithful attempt: Landscape Magazine Collage

“The work of art must seize upon you, wrap you up in itself and carry you away. It is the means by which the artist conveys his passion. It is the current which he puts forth, which sweeps you along in his passion” ~Renoir, French Impressionist Painter

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The-Magical-Volcano_art.jpg?maxHeight=600&maxWidth=600&v=1327778100 350×350 pixels

Volcano - Natural Disasters - paint - art for children and teachers - full lesson plan on website

Volcano - Natural Disasters - paint - art for children and teachers - full lesson plan on website

Metacognition: get your students thinking about their thinking!  Light Bulbs and Laughter blog

Two FREE growth mindset posters to get your students thinking - Emoji Style! From Light Bulbs and Laughter.

Show don't tell. This is a 4th grade classroom, but it could easily be geared up to older grades

Show not Tells: write about a feeling without using the word - great way to get kids to describe in detail. Great art activity to accompany as well

What are your favorite books for 4th grade? Here are mine.10 Perfect Read Alouds for 4th Grade :: PragmaticMom

What are your favorite books for grade? 10 Perfect Read Alouds for Grade :: PragmaticMom

I LOVE this idea. What a great way to start off the year! Anchor Chart for first day of school

------dream classroom: what kind of classroom do you want? What kind of teacher do you want? What kind of student does your teacher want? Positive way to start out the year

I love this! Thanks for sharing, Thomas Elementary :)  Courtesy of: Thomas Elementary Art: 5th Grade Totem Poles

This is an awesome totem pole project for Native American unit. I would use this project only AFTER teaching my students about the significance and meaning of totem poles in Native American cultures.