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Resources to help incorporate art into every aspect of the classroom.

Teacher Resources: TIME for Teachers, Issue No. 2. Lots of free stuff from one teacher to another(s) here. This monthly publication deserves bookmarking. Oh, there's a free app for that too! Find more free resources from DDT on this Pinterest board:

A Teacher’s Resource Guide to use with The City of Ember contains lessons aligned to the Common Core Standards for grades 4 – 6. This comprehensive unit includes vocabulary practice, comprehension quizzes (both multiple choice and constructive response), skill practice, and language arts lessons. $

Build upon kids' natural love of art with these books about famous artists, art, and museums.

Lesson Plan: Engaging the Elements | Engage students' interest in the relationships between the human and natural worlds, and art and the environment through a mask-making activity and viewing questions for the classroom about a mask from Alaska in the Museum's Native North American collection. #Teachers #Education #Art

ways to draw stylized trees -- perfect for making your own wrapping paper of holiday cards.

200 Ways to Say Went ...or in other words, use the correct past tense verb

More elegant weapons... for a more digital era of learning. Pinterest in the Classroom - Infograph

50 Best Books for Teachers. This is a pretty awesome list. Covers everything from subbing, first year teaching, to how to talk to kids

50+ awesome back to school ideas on I Heart Nap Time #school

{ These totally make trips like this much more fun! } Great tips and fun games ot play at the art museum.