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Here is me (above) with my mind exploding! I have hundreds of lessons that I've created from scratch over my decades of teaching. Teachers have been asking me how I do this or that for years. The answers are scattered around on my blog, social media, and in my presentations. It's time to package up my lessons and share them completely and neatly. Please fill out this quick form (or the button below) if you want to be kept posted.
Follow these steps to turn your 1 oz packet of Model Magic clay into a swimming fish.
I turned my Emotional Robots showing a full range of feelings into a poster set for display in the classroom as a mood meter and a color wheel combined. They also are set up with augmented reality so the robots can express themselves even more through animation using the free AR app, Eyejack. The six poster set is available on TpT here.
First graders made digital snowmen then put them into a snow globe animation. Read below to find out how and snag my resources so you can try it too.
4th graders are working on drawing their self-portrait in a 3/4 pose, tracing it three times into a triptych, then using monochromatic palettes with tints & shades to paint.
5th graders learned how to draw a city scene with one-point perspective. This meant that they created a vanishing point with converging lines. They learned to use their ruler to draw every line towards the vanishing point for the side of the buildings facing the street. We spent a long time exploring this concept, drawing, revising, and enhancing our work.
UPDATE: I Finally Packaged this lesson!
UPDATE: I Packaged the Animated Still Life Lesson with Hot Chocolate here!
with Step-by-step directions, animations, video tutorials, augmented reality steps
I was asked to make a robot painting for an upcoming kickstarter as a gift to those who donate. If all works out, Annie Log will become a poster for 100 or so supporters. The instructions I received was to make a robot like the one I made a few years ago and connect it someway to the idea of "love" (hence the heart button).
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View this musical tribute to the hard working teachers at Dryden and the students they love to teach.
Tricia Fuglestad, NBCT,
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