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10 Inspiring Ceramic Artists to Share with Your Students

When students hear the words, “clay,” or, “ceramics,” they often think of pinch pots, mugs, and bowls. While all of these items are examples of ceramics pieces, there is so much more for students to learn and explore. Here are 10 ceramics artists who are using clay in new and interesting ways. Your students are […] The post 10 Inspiring Ceramic Artists to Share with Your Students appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


I Love Pinterest and Pinterest Loves Me

Combing through Pinterest is like that game you played as a kid when you picked petals off a flower to reveal your crush’s true feelings about you. Oooh, I found a new artist to show my students. (Pinterest loves me!). Ugh, I do not need any natural deodorant ideas, thank you very much. (Pinterest loves […] The post I Love Pinterest and Pinterest Loves Me appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


3 Fun Ways to Teach Kindergarteners About Primary Colors

It’s no secret that kindergartners have short attention spans, so it’s important to have lessons that keep them engaged. I love to introduce my kindergarten students to experiences that allow them to discover art concepts on their own. Letting students explore is especially fun when teaching about the primary colors and color mixing. There are many art […] The post 3 Fun Ways to Teach Kindergarteners About Primary Colors appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Make Creative Plaster Masks in 5 Simple Steps

Masks are such a great way to introduce your students to other cultures. They can also help students explore their own identities or celebrate people they admire such as fictional characters or personal heroes. Creating masks with plaster gives students the chance to work with new materials and ensures they’ll be able to enjoy their finished work for years […] The post How to Make Creative Plaster Masks in 5 Simple Steps appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


How to Have Your Students Pretend to be Famous Artists

I’m one of those teachers who is forever writing new lesson plans. If I end up using a lesson or prompt more than once, it’s because the students and I LOVED it. Having students pretend they’re a famous artist is a lesson to which I keep coming back. In this lesson, students research and try […] The post How to Have Your Students Pretend to be Famous Artists appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


Try Mid-Term Triptychs for an Authentic Twist on Assessment

After the first few months of school, I like to assess my students with a project-based midterm in which my students are tasked with creating a series of still lifes. It’s a great chance to see what they have learned and retained. And, it’s one of my favorite lessons because it’s such an authentic assessment […] The post Try Mid-Term Triptychs for an Authentic Twist on Assessment appeared first on The Art of Ed. ...


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