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Paul Klee Portrait. From Art Projects for Kids.  this would be fun project for geometry/fifth grade:  angles (eyes?)

Paul Klee Portrait. From Art Projects for Kids. this would be fun project for geometry/fifth grade: angles (eyes?)

Caldecott Children's Book Author and Illustrator's Latest ... The First Drawing by Mordicai Gerstein. Review by PragmaticMom.

Caldecott Children's Book Author and Illustrator's Latest ... The First Drawing by Mordicai Gerstein. Review by PragmaticMom.

5th grade-Starry Nights-oil pastel hill and cypress tree, painted sky and black paper city silhouette with oil pastel details.

5th grade-Starry Nights-oil pastel hill and cypress tree, painted sky and black paper city silhouette with oil pastel details.

The images in this video come from Chauvet Cave, an ancient rock art site in France.  Watch the video and try to imagine the kind of people that created the art.  There are no words in this video, so check out the Dig Deeper section for some context before you try to answer the questions.

The images in this video come from Chauvet Cave, an ancient rock art site in France. Watch the video and try to imagine the kind of people that created the art. There are no words in this video, so check out the Dig Deeper section for some context before you try to answer the questions.

cave paintings. crumpled paper, oil pastel and charcoal, plus small spray bottle to spray around student's hand,

cave paintings. crumpled paper, oil pastel and charcoal, plus small spray bottle to spray around student's hand,

1st Grade Frog Project:"We drew and painted frogs and then wrote frog facts. Each student chose a fact for our class book. I took a picture of their art, recorded each students voice in the Chatterkid app and then uploaded them to the Book Creator app. They are two very to use apps and the students LOVED the video. They wanted to watch it a hundred times. Here is our class book video (via link)"

1st Grade Frog Project:"We drew and painted frogs and then wrote frog facts. Each student chose a fact for our class book. I took a picture of their art, recorded each students voice in the Chatterkid app and then uploaded them to the Book Creator app. They are two very to use apps and the students LOVED the video. They wanted to watch it a hundred times. Here is our class book video (via link)"