Your students have awoken on an deserted island. How are they going to survive? Food, shelter, water, who knows? This project based learning activity asks students to problem solve and world-build, unlike anything they've done before. It brings together
Stained Glass Names: this is a simple project, and a great introduction to the concept of positive and negative space for younger kids. Any project using their names is typically a guaranteed hit! It is also a good way to really explore the shape of the
Embossed Foil Name Art cardboard yarn scissors white glue (such as Elmer’s) foil (I love Pre cut foil sheets >) Sharpies or other permanent marker, black and colored spray glue small squares of felt q-tips pencil/erasers
In this activity students create a picture that has rotational symmetry, using their name as their starting point. It is a great activity to add to your relief teacher folder because it does not require any photocopying. The only materials needed are whit
Grammatical Name Art - Write name in bubble letters. First letter write nouns that relate to you. Second letter with verbs that relate to you. Third letter with adjectives that describe you and so on. Great idea to introduce parts of speech!