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What to Expect as an Art Teacher in an IB Primary Years Programme

There are a variety of programs in schools today designed to enhance the education of students and give schools a unique edge. One of those programs is The International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP). My school is currently wrapping up our first candidacy year under this programme, and I think it’s amazing. My staff […] The post What to Expect as an Art Teacher in an IB Primary Years Programme appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Help Your Students Collaborate on Big Projects

Teaching students how to collaborate is something that will benefit them beyond the classroom for their entire lives. An installation or sculpture project is the perfect opportunity to showcase the skill of collaboration. Rather than confining students to a single flat surface, 3-D work allows students to build and assemble a unique shared vision. Today, […] The post How to Help Your Students Collaborate on Big Projects appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


4 Benefits of Trying New Things in Your Classroom

Have you ever felt like you were in a teaching rut Like the lessons that once filled you and your students with excitement have lost their luster I’ve certainly had this feeling before. But, trying new things can be terrifying; especially when you have a classroom of thirty students watching your every move. I soon […] The post 4 Benefits of Trying New Things in Your Classroom appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


Prehistoric Art: Revisited, Researched, and Revamped

With the entire canon of art history to choose from, it can be difficult to know exactly what to include in your curriculum. You want to expose your students to art from other cultures and time periods, but where do you start Furthermore, with the world at our fingertips, the resources available can be overwhelming. […] The post Prehistoric Art: Revisited, Researched, and Revamped appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Pare Your Lesson Plans Down to the Essentials

Ahhhh…the joys of lesson planning. Everyone’s favorite thing to do, right (Only kidding!) While lesson plans should be fun and relatively straightforward to write, they often aren’t. Take, for example, the long lesson plans I had to submit when I was student teaching. I’m not sure any lesson plan needs to be twenty pages long! […] The post How to Pare Your Lesson Plans Down to the Essentials appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Get Your Students Thinking Deeply With Photography

One of my favorite ways to wrap up a middle school photography course is with something called the Social Identity Project. It’s a chance for students to use the technical skills they’ve been learning while also digging into deep questions; questions surrounding identity formation and what’s important to them. It culminates with a display of […] The post How to Get Your Students Thinking Deeply With Photography appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


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What to Expect as an Art Teacher in an IB Primary Years Programme

There are a variety of programs in schools today designed to enhance the education of students and give schools a unique edge. One of those programs is The International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP). My school is currently wrapping up our first candidacy year under this programme, and I think it’s amazing. My staff […] The post What to Expect as an Art Teacher in an IB Primary Years Programme appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Help Your Students Collaborate on Big Projects

Teaching students how to collaborate is something that will benefit them beyond the classroom for their entire lives. An installation or sculpture project is the perfect opportunity to showcase the skill of collaboration. Rather than confining students to a single flat surface, 3-D work allows students to build and assemble a unique shared vision. Today, […] The post How to Help Your Students Collaborate on Big Projects appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


4 Benefits of Trying New Things in Your Classroom

Have you ever felt like you were in a teaching rut Like the lessons that once filled you and your students with excitement have lost their luster I’ve certainly had this feeling before. But, trying new things can be terrifying; especially when you have a classroom of thirty students watching your every move. I soon […] The post 4 Benefits of Trying New Things in Your Classroom appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


Prehistoric Art: Revisited, Researched, and Revamped

With the entire canon of art history to choose from, it can be difficult to know exactly what to include in your curriculum. You want to expose your students to art from other cultures and time periods, but where do you start Furthermore, with the world at our fingertips, the resources available can be overwhelming. […] The post Prehistoric Art: Revisited, Researched, and Revamped appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Pare Your Lesson Plans Down to the Essentials

Ahhhh…the joys of lesson planning. Everyone’s favorite thing to do, right (Only kidding!) While lesson plans should be fun and relatively straightforward to write, they often aren’t. Take, for example, the long lesson plans I had to submit when I was student teaching. I’m not sure any lesson plan needs to be twenty pages long! […] The post How to Pare Your Lesson Plans Down to the Essentials appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Get Your Students Thinking Deeply With Photography

One of my favorite ways to wrap up a middle school photography course is with something called the Social Identity Project. It’s a chance for students to use the technical skills they’ve been learning while also digging into deep questions; questions surrounding identity formation and what’s important to them. It culminates with a display of […] The post How to Get Your Students Thinking Deeply With Photography appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


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  • Paper Bag Puppets each

    Paper Bag Puppets each
    Get creative and make paper bag puppets, then keep the fun going by putting on a show. Five, colorful paper bags for making puppets included. Just peel, stick a...(more)

    $12.00 More Details
  • Fantastic Spinner refill kit

    Fantastic Spinner refill kit
    The Fantastic Spinner is kid powered. No batteries are needed. Just squeeze the handle and drip the paint while card is spinning. The set comes with 4 bottles o...(more)

    $12.50 More Details
  • Spa Totally Tattoos each

    Spa Totally Tattoos each
    Lots and lots of tattoos to choose from Enough for you and your friends Apply these temporary tattoos with included sponge and water or go freestyle and make yo...(more)

    $12.99 More Details
  • My Collage Farm Kit each

    My Collage Farm Kit each
    The Alex Toys My Collage Farm kit features 4 printed animal cutouts, punch-outs, stickers, a glue stick, wiggly eyes, crayons, ribbons, feathers, and more With ...(more)

    $17.00 More Details
  • Color a Tote Bag Kit each

    Color a Tote Bag Kit each
    The Color a Tote Bag kit from Alex Toys is perfect for any kid with unique style. The rugged nylon bag comes with a luggage tag and 6 colorful markers. With a l...(more)

    $17.00 More Details
  • My Flower Press each

    My Flower Press each
    Save your favorite flowers and leaves by using the paintable 7 wooden flower press. Decorate handmade cards, gift tags, bookmarks, scrapbook pages and more with...(more)

    $17.00 More Details
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