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Art Access - Art Institute of Chicago

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K to 12
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Art teachers and social studies teachers alike will love this well-organized site filled with images, lesson plans, and activities to use at home and at school. Click on a collection...more
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Art teachers and social studies teachers alike will love this well-organized site filled with images, lesson plans, and activities to use at home and at school. Click on a collection for lesson plans, family activities, and numerous images. There is also an interactive world map to accompany the collection so you can click to see where different artworks originated. The collections include: African American Art; American Art to 1900; Ancient Indian Art of the Americas; Arts of Africa; Impressionism and Postimpressionism; India, Himalayas and Southeast Asia; Modern and Contemporary Art; Renaissance and Baroque Art; Rococo to Realism.

tag(s): painting (65), sculpture (22)

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Take a few minutes to explore the art of a continent, country, or time period you introduce through social studies or literature. Include this site on your teacher web page as you study these related topics to students and parents can access it outside of class even if you do not have enough time to devote a full lesson. The images are not very large, so viewing on individual computers or using a projector that has a zoom function would help you share with a class. Teachers will like the creativity of some of the "family" activities and may want to use them at school or suggest them in a newsletter or on your web page.

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A Painting a Day - Duane Keiser

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4 to 12
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If Blogspot sites are not blocked in your school, you can visit this artist's blog (actually a cluster of them) to see a new painting every few days, watch videos ...more
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If Blogspot sites are not blocked in your school, you can visit this artist's blog (actually a cluster of them) to see a new painting every few days, watch videos of how paintings were made, or click over to his oil painting Process blog to see the steps in that process. Although the site is intended for the artist to sell his paintings, his willingness to share his process and works will give your students a window into an artist's creativity and use of materials.

tag(s): oil (42), painting (65)

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Share the site on a projector or interactive whiteboard as you introduce painting techniques or art elements. Look for common themes or techniques in his work. If you have an interactive whiteboard, students can even "draw" on top of the works to show what they see or analyze movement, shape, and line. As a class, you may want to comment back to the artist. If you do this together as a teacher-controlled entry, you can protect student safety on the Internet while participating in dialog with the artist, a real-world "expert."

Videos use YouTube and may be blocked on your school network. Test the site at school before counting on it for a lesson plan! If you are able to show the "Ice Cream" video, your students will really SEE painting in progress with kid-friendly subject matter!

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The Assassination of King Tut - Discovery Channel

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6 to 12
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This Discovery Channel site features a speculative exploration of King Tut's death. There is a nice narrated slide show that recreates the discovery of the tomb, a 360 degree ...more
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This Discovery Channel site features a speculative exploration of King Tut's death. There is a nice narrated slide show that recreates the discovery of the tomb, a 360 degree view of an artist's conception of what King Tut may have looked like, and some nice photos of artifacts from the tomb.

tag(s): egypt (70)

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There is much here that would be great on an interactive whiteboard or projector. The narrated slide show brings the excitement of the tomb's discovery to life. While the discussion of King Tut's possible assassination is pure speculation, it will also serve to spark students' imagination. If you study archaeology or ancient history, this site will give you a chance to discuss the inquiry/hypothesis-testing process that archaeologists must follow.
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L. (Lucy) M. (Maud) Montgomery - Petri Liukkonen

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4 to 10
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From an international site of author biographies, this is a good one about Montgomery. It gives a good, reliable overview (although not in-depth) biography as well as a chronological...more
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From an international site of author biographies, this is a good one about Montgomery. It gives a good, reliable overview (although not in-depth) biography as well as a chronological listing of all her published works.

tag(s): authors (121)

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A good teacher resource to add information about the author to your repertoire. Include it on your eacher web page as a resource for students doing author study.

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Teaching with Films and Video - Karin M. Cintron

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7 to 12
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This site contains lesson plans and use suggestions for 5 classic movie favorites. It also has ideas for using those annoying movie previews found on DVDs and links to other ...more
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This site contains lesson plans and use suggestions for 5 classic movie favorites. It also has ideas for using those annoying movie previews found on DVDs and links to other sites about specific movies. Lessons include pre-watching activities, vocabulary support, internet exercises, and listening activities, so this site is highly appropriate for use with limited English speakers. Whether you are teaching film study, English, or ESL, this site has ideas for you.

tag(s): movies (72)

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Use the movie previews lessons to teach about genre and setting in this visual artform, then draw connections to literature you read. As you complete a literary work, ask students how they would present it visually, using the same principles they discover from this site.

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Celebrate Mother's Day in a New Way - Education World

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K to 12
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This website provides five lesson plans (ranging in grade levels K-12). A brief history of the holiday is provided, followed by five unique lesson plans. How about incorporating math...more
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This website provides five lesson plans (ranging in grade levels K-12). A brief history of the holiday is provided, followed by five unique lesson plans. How about incorporating math with your Mother's Day lessons (see "Motherhood Math: Mothers in the Workforce"). Lesson plans are aligned with national standards and include language arts, math, technology, visual arts, social studies, and more. These lessons are ready to go and easy to use.

tag(s): mothers day (12), sociology (22), statistics (124)

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If you are looking for some new ideas to use in your classroom, check out these lessons. They are ready to go, highly creative topics, and most importantly - FREE.

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Activity Ideas for St. Patrick's Day - Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.

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K to 4
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This site provides lots of simple primary level activities, most of which require only commonly available supplies. The activities include science, math, language arts, music, art,...more
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This site provides lots of simple primary level activities, most of which require only commonly available supplies. The activities include science, math, language arts, music, art, cooking, and more.

tag(s): preK (291), st patricks day (14)

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This would be a nice site to list on your class website for students to access at home for some St. Patrick's Day fun! In art class, project (on your interactive whiteboard or projector) the picture of the finished product so students can "see the goal" while they work. Use the songs in music class to celebrate this holiday.

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Carbonmade: Your Online Portfolio - nterface

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8 to 12
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This is one fabulous way for art or photography students to create a FREE online portfolio to share work in your class, share with each other, or submit as an ...more
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This is one fabulous way for art or photography students to create a FREE online portfolio to share work in your class, share with each other, or submit as an online collection for competitions or college admissions. The users agreement specifies no "group" accounts or users under 13 years old. The free version is limited to 5 projects and 35 images (no videos in the free version), but this is enough to show your "best of the best." You can even choose the actual URL for the portfolio within Carbonmade. The home page has a Flash demo so you can see how the site works.

tag(s): images (274), photography (161), portfolios (33)

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Browse for files and upload to site, label with captions, project information, other information, and decide about viewing options. Works best with Internet Explorer 6+ or Safari. No special html skills needed. A teenager will figure this one out in one minute. A techno-comfortable teacher will take no more than four minutes! The only challenge is figuring out how to change settings on a project within your portfolio and have them SAVE. Watch the demo.

Share portfolios among neighboring schools or through art teacher associations to inspire your students and help them develop the critical skills to choose their best work and articulate their reasons (Use the "notes" space on each image to tell about it).

Be sure that you adhere to school policies regarding posting of student work. Have students create their accounts ONLY with written parent permission, especially since there is space for a "profile" (which teachers should require students to leave BLANK for safety reasons. Use your teacher email account so there is no danger of having outsiders contact your students. After graduation students may change the settings and use the site in budding art careers! Avoid including any personally identifiable information in descriptions or images. Personally identifiable information can always be shared with potential colleges, etc. via email or letter, rather than posting it to the web.

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Story Corps - NPR

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NPR is amassing a collection of oral histories by traveling across the country and talking to average people. On this website, users can read or listen to the stories ...more
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NPR is amassing a collection of oral histories by traveling across the country and talking to average people. On this website, users can read or listen to the stories told by a wide variety of Americans. Click "Tell your story" to find Locations & Reservations for traveling Mobile Booths or directions to record on your own. The Do It Yourself guide includes tips on interview questions and an interview check list. Started in 2003, the site has many stories in its archives and frequently adds updates.

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Use this site to reconnect your students with those of other generations and geographic locations. Turn up your speakers and listen to some examples in your classroom. You can even use the story collection site as a model to start your own oral history project for your class or the entire school. You may not want to actually place your recording on the NPR site but instead house them locally in your school or community web site. As major events occur in your community, such as an anniversary or the opening of a new school, engage your students in documenting the event. The general interview guides offer useful interview techniques for school newspapers or news broadcasts, as well.
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Wet Ink Magazine - Jen Sookfong Lee, editor

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8 to 12
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Wet Ink is a teen magazine written by and about Canadian youth. It celebrates their creativity by giving them opportunities to submit and also read bios, poetry, fiction, nonfiction,...more
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Wet Ink is a teen magazine written by and about Canadian youth. It celebrates their creativity by giving them opportunities to submit and also read bios, poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and art created by people like themselves. The links page contains contact with other bodies that accept submissions, writing/art contests, and other arts resources. The professional look of the pages contributes to the pride of publication.

tag(s): poetry (224)

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If you happen to be a Canadian teacher, this opportunity to publish can inspire your students' writing and artwork. Even if you are not Canadian, use the publications as inspiration or prompts for writing and more. As you teach poetry, consider displaying a student piece on your interactive whiteboard alongside one by a "known" author, so students can highlight and note literary devices that even students can include in their work. Do the same as you critique artwork.

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retrievr - labs.systemone.at

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K to 12
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This unique image site allows you to make a quick sketch in a small area (you select the color and line size for the "pencil"). It then searches through thousands ...more
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This unique image site allows you to make a quick sketch in a small area (you select the color and line size for the "pencil"). It then searches through thousands of images shared on flickr (See our separate TF Edge review and explanation of flickr) to find an image similar in art element to your sketch. It matches up line, shape, and color. Matches are not exact, but they are amazingly close, providing ample opportunity for your students to "see" images with these elements in common. You can also upload an image and ask for a "match," using the "search by image" option. What a fabulous way to see and compare images side by side!

tag(s): design (83), elements (37), images (274), photography (161)

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Use this site on an interactive whiteboard or projector to demonstrate art elements. You can also use it for advanced searching for images to fit a certain design need. Remember to see the Creative Commons licensing information on flickr if you plan to copy/download the images. The sketch option is easy enough for a young child to try. Have fun with this one!

NOTE: Flickr can possibly have images not suitable for classrooms, though this editor has not run across any. Use retrievr under supervision.

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National Art Education Association

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K to 12
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National Art Education Association is a non-profit, educational organization, promoting art education through professional development, service, advancement of knowledge, and leadership....more
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National Art Education Association is a non-profit, educational organization, promoting art education through professional development, service, advancement of knowledge, and leadership.

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Symmetry Sort - Crick Primary School (UK)

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2 to 5
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This web activity asks students to sort shapes into three categories (no lines of reflective symmetry, 1 line of reflective symmetry, or 2 or more lines of reflective symmetry). ...more
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This web activity asks students to sort shapes into three categories (no lines of reflective symmetry, 1 line of reflective symmetry, or 2 or more lines of reflective symmetry). Once students are finished with the activity, they can print the page and the teacher can use that as an assessment. This site requires Flash. If you see a blank screen, download the Flash plugin from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): symmetry (54)

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Take the class to the lab or use laptops for this creative review activity. Have the students print out their answers and use this as an additional assessment tool.
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The Giver (webquest) - Amy Cordy, Jennifer Fouty, Marybeth Malone, and Ekaterina Rohal

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6 to 10
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A fairly fast moving webquest, this activity nonetheless provides opportunities to delve into the world of utopias. It also bases the evaluation of the final student project on four...more
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A fairly fast moving webquest, this activity nonetheless provides opportunities to delve into the world of utopias. It also bases the evaluation of the final student project on four subject areas: social studies, language arts, art history and science. An Internet link goes to a cyberguide for the novel.

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If you do not have enough time for en entire webquest, you may still want to do some of the activities or use the links with your class. A webquest is also an excellent independent activity for your more able students or for a gifted class, allowing you time to work in smaller groups with your struggling students. Bring in laptops for the webquest students to work in the room with you, if you have them available. Consider upgrading from paper to digital copies of the work for students to turn in afterward. Google Docs reviewed here or one of many creative. collaborative web 2.0 tools reviewed in the TeachersFirst Edge would be a great way for students to complete everything without killing trees and without creating a mess of papers on your desk later.

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Totem Poles - Pat Kramer

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4 to 8
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Learn the basics and debunk the myths about totem poles using the site created by a "transplant" to the Pacific Northwest. Although the write is also selling a book, ...more
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Learn the basics and debunk the myths about totem poles using the site created by a "transplant" to the Pacific Northwest. Although the write is also selling a book, there is significant information, and the photos are helpful in understanding the iconography of totem poles.

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If you use the site with elementary children, you may want to let them partner-read some of the longer text portions. Use this site as part of a unit on indigenous peoples of the Americas, then have the students create their own totems in an authentic way. Art teachers may want to use this as an inspiration for a totem-like project in clay, wood, or other materials. The connections to oral history are fascinating and can lead to lengthy discussion in a history class about how we "know" what we say happened before written history.

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Native Tech: Native American Technology and Art - Tara Prindle

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3 to 12
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This site features art and cultural information of native Americans, focusing especially on the Eastern Woodlands region. There is information on , Birds & Feathers, Clay & Pottery,...more
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This site features art and cultural information of native Americans, focusing especially on the Eastern Woodlands region. There is information on , Birds & Feathers, Clay & Pottery, Leather & Clothes, Metalwork, Plants & Trees, Porcupine Quills, Stonework & Tools, and Weaving & Cordage. Some of the text passages may be a bit lengthy, but there are also interactive ways for students to get a "hands on" feel, such as with the beadwork interactive game. The sections under Special Features are certain to make the culture come alive for elementary and middle school students.

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Give students a scavenger hunt to learn the basics about the culture you are studying, then allow them to try some of the interactive games, ass based on the content of the site. This would be a great way to build background knowledge while studying American history or literature that deals with Native Americans.

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Scary Spuds - Crick web

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K to 2
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Kids will truly love creating a "scary spud". This activity is basically an interactive dress-up game. Students are given a potato and then are able to give the ...more
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Kids will truly love creating a "scary spud". This activity is basically an interactive dress-up game. Students are given a potato and then are able to give the potato a name, eyes, ears, jewelry, nose, legs and shoes. When the student is finished, they may click print to share their creative masterpiece. FLASH is required for this activity.

tag(s): creativity (119)

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Take the class to the computer lab for this creativity building fun! There is also a link to look at pre-created "scary spuds". Show your class 2 spuds and have them compare the similarities and differences.
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King Tut Exhibition - The King Tut Exhibition

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6 to 12
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What student doesn't love King Tut? This site is connected with the current tour of some of the King Tut artifacts across the United States. See Exhibition Menu> ...more
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What student doesn't love King Tut? This site is connected with the current tour of some of the King Tut artifacts across the United States. See Exhibition Menu> Preview for a beautiful animated gallery of some of the artifacts. Exhibition Menu > videos offers three informative videos. The King Tut menu includes informative background articles. Although King Tut was really just a minor king in the Egyptian history, the stunning beauty of the items discovered in his tomb is hard to resist. This site may change as the exhibit continues to travel.

tag(s): egypt (70)

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Use this site on a projector to introduce Egyptian history or use it in a scavenger hunt activity along with other Tut resources. Gifted enrichment teachers could create an opportunity for students to explore and compare this and other ancient civilizations.
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Lecky's Friends - Crick Web

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K to 2
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This highly creative activity asks students to create an alien friend for Lecky. Students can choose the body type, background, eyes, ears and mouth. There is a notebook ...more
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This highly creative activity asks students to create an alien friend for Lecky. Students can choose the body type, background, eyes, ears and mouth. There is a notebook option where the students can record their name, alien name, where their alien lives and a description of their alien. This site requires FLASH. If you see a blank screen, download the Flash plugin from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): creativity (119)

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Take your class to the computer lab and let their creativity run wild! Then ask them to write a story about the new friend they have created.
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Lecky's Picture Painting - Crick Web

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K to 2
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This simple activity allows the student to choose a picture and color scheme. Students are then asked to recreate the same colors and pattern in a larger version of ...more
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This simple activity allows the student to choose a picture and color scheme. Students are then asked to recreate the same colors and pattern in a larger version of the picture. This is an interesting twist on interactive coloring. FLASH is required. If you see a blank screen, you need to load Flash. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): matching (24)

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This activity would work best as an independent activity, though it could be done on an interactive whiteboard for kinesthetic learners.
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