More ideas from gillian
Volcano display
Help your students understand the effects of an earthquake during your fast and slow changes of the earth unit! This science experiment is perfect for engaging your students and it's a hands-on activity!
How to make a sand volcano
Hands on science plate tectonics unit for elementary
Students will research cinder cone, shield, and composite volcanoes and then report their findings by constructing a circlebook that features what they learned. Another hands-on activity by GravoisFare!
Lap Books -  Used for synthesis in the content areas (Science, Social studies)  Used for summarizing fiction/non-fiction independent reading    Used for....anything!
30 Art journal prompts, great ideas not just for art journal but to get your creativity flowing for any art. Please also visit for colorful inspirational Prophetic Art and stories. Thank you so much! Blessings!
Have a month full of fun drawing with your kids and this nifty "task list"  ♥ this idea! Before our daughter could read or write we encouraged her to draw everything she saw and in turn now at 16 her ability to see the world through art has carried and inspired in her the ability to create a beautiful creative life ♥
LOVE! Self portrait hand prints - dewestudio lesson Have the students write about their year.  What did they think __grade was going to be like, what was it really like? How have they grown? What new things about themselves did they learn?  Fill the hands with patterns and the background with their writing.
Project ART-A-DAY: Lesson: Bad Hair Day (Line and Shape) take student photos--long crazy hair, do zentangles, or thought bubbles in head