By sheer accident I found some rock art on Etsy, and fell in love with it. I then looked for rock art on Pinterest and I found many amazing designs. I printed some of them and placed them with rocks and natural materials as a Reggio provocation. The purpose was to have the students think about rocks as art mediums to express feelings and communicate a message to someone they love.
This is a great strategy to help the children write their names using the correct movement for each letter.
Here is a cute Tic-Tac-Toe Father’s day gift that is fun for parents and children.
Fun process, beautiful product and lots of language activities.
This marble rolling art project is a great way for the students to think about counting and to practice counting to 100 by ones. It is a fun project for the 100 days in school. Continue reading
Number line made with seeds – Reggio Emilia inspired
Having the students make a number line is more meaningful for them and a lot of fun. We used seeds to make it. This activity is Reggio inspired, of course 🙂 Continue reading
This project integrates Art and Math (Geometry) Continue reading