Lindsey Thoroughgood

Lindsey Thoroughgood

Lindsey Thoroughgood
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Directed drawing of an autumn leaf ... great follow-up to a nature walk!

Fall Leaf with Texture This crayon and watercolor resist is a simple project, but makes a very pretty picture. Try using warm colors inside the leaf, and cool on the outside so you have a lot of contrast.

Art project about autumn leaves. For first grade and up. The students learn how to draw a leaf with warm colors. Pastel oil, tempera block paint ans black crayon. Evaluation rubric included.

draw a leaf with warm colors. background with cool Pastel oil, tempera block paint ans black crayon.

Art Projects for Kids: How to Draw a Tulip

Spring Art Idea: How to Draw a Tulip-would be good for or grade. Could make a oil pastel/watercolor resist painting

genius hour class 1.pdf

genius hour class modify to make reflection flow map.kiddos can record reflection info in journals week 4 and then share with group

I have a growth mindset.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

EDITABLE Growth Mindset Posters (w/Student Printables) - GROWTH MINDSET: Great resource for introducing elementary students to positive "self-speak"

Family Hand Tree

Let Daddy know that he touches your heart by giving him a high five. Homemade Father's Day gifts are so meaningful and fun. Make the Father's Day Handprint Tree on your own or with your siblings to show Dad that you care like he does.

Poster display for classroom expectations/community building   $

Cute for primary grades! Poster display for classroom expectations/community building. (If you want each student can have a clothespin with their name. When they display one of these, pin it to the corresponding expectation!