Elizabeth Armstrong, artist in residence at a grammar school, pre-k and 1st graders layout stage before wetfelting
Tabletop Twitter modified for my 1st and 2nd graders. A great pre/post reading activity to get kids to activate their schema, make connections, and ask questions before, during, and after reading.
For the Home
Paper Craft: Fall Tree. Did this for Fall Fest at school for 1st graders and they turned out really cute!
Awesome for literacy center/ small group in a Pre-K/ K/ even 1st if kids need practice with the lines of letters. DIY salt tray and alphabet cards
Idle Hour | Oakdale, NY. The Palm Garden which was accessible through the cloisters of the main residence at William K. Vanderbilt's country estate as drawn by artist S. G. Moore and used as a 1979 Christmas Card.
A box for each kid K-12 ... I had a professional organizer at my house (what a treat!) and she suggested this system for pictures and papers, etc. 1st year, 1-2, 2-3, 3-4, pre-K, K, 1st grade - 12th. So simple, but so brilliant.
A Private Residence for an Artist in Israel - Design Milk
Great for a Sunday School class. This one is for 3rd and 4th graders.
Teddy bear prints! Melbourne based artist Geoffrey Ricardo "who specialises in sculpture and prints" in residence at the Art Vault in Mildura (country Australia).
GREAT ARTISTS & ART
Our Lady of Angels fire at a Catholic parochial School in Chicago. This fire, on Dec. 1st, 1958 claimed the lives of 92 children and 3 nuns.
Constitution Day - Ready to use! This PowerPoint lesson is age-appropriate with animations to keep K, 1st, or 2nd graders engaged. Lesson plan and worksheets are included too! $
Melbourne based artist Geoffrey Ricardo "who specialises in sculpture and prints" in residence at the Art Vault in Mildura (country Australia). Teddy bear prints.
Marshmallow snowmen - dipped in white choc and painted with dark choc - presh for Miss H's 1st graders!-
A sweet disorder in the dress, Elizabeth Adela Armstrong Forbes. Canadian. active in English (1859-1912)
I want students like this kid! From someone's Facebook: "Eric K. Carr From one of my fourth graders at Tolson Elementary. Yes, folks, the future is in good hands. The leaders of tomorrow aren't just intelligent, creative, expressive, and driven, but have a wicked sense of humor too. ;) May 27, 2012"
Resources for Pre-K, Kindergarten and 1st grade! For teachers, parents and crafters!