Art is often thought of as a standalone subject, separate from traditional academic subjects such as math, science, and history. However, incorporating art into different subjects can help reinforce key concepts and make learning more engaging and enjoyable for students. In this post, we will explore different ways to incorporate art into different curriculums and provide
15 Mother’s Day Crafts You Will Actually Want to Keep
“It’s the thought that counts,” we say.
But the truth is cards, drawings, and edible sculptures fill up fridges and shelves pretty quickly.
How about we venture out, and engage students in creating something parents will actually want to keep?
Decalcomania Painting Art Exploration | Inquiry Based Learning Lesson Plan
A Decalcomania is a kind of painting created by pressing a thin layer of wet paint between two surfaces. It can be done by folding papers in half, like in this lesson, or by picking up wet paint from a smooth surface (such as glass) with paper or canvas.
Joan Miro: from Surrealism to Abstract Expressionism
Is Miro a Surrealist?While he is often mentioned among the great fathers of Surrealism, Joan Miro never officially joined the movement.
21 Children’s Books about Famous Artists Kids Will Love
If you’re looking for a fun and educational way to introduce your child or students to the world of art, there’s no better place to start than with children’s books about famous artists. From Van Gogh to Kahlo, there are countless picture books that tell the stories of the world’s most renowned artists, their lives,
Moonlight Reading: Favorite Children’s Books to Teach Kids About the Moon
Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to teach your kids about the moon? Look no further than “Moonlight Reading: Children’s Books to Teach Kids About the Moon”. In this post, we’ve compiled a list of children’s books that explore the moon’s cultural significance and its impact on human imagination throughout history. Whether
Children’s Books About Germs and Hygiene
Children have been at home for almost a month now; what may have seemed like an extended holiday, is now turning into something quite frightful and sometimes hard to grasp. How can we explain to them what is going on? How can we share necessary information about hygiene and health in an informative, yet reassuring manner?
Play Like a Surrealist: 13 Surrealist Games and Techniques to Unleash Kids Creativity
In the context of art education, Surrealist games can be a useful tool to disinhibit students and unlock their creativity.More so, they are a valuable component of any open-ended art exploration and a wonderful addition to project-based curriculums.