Jan McLean
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DIY Magic Paper Art Cube. Get the free coloring templates to make this mesmerizing paper cube that transforms! Fun game or puzzle for the kids. Video included to show you how to make one.

DIY Magic Paper Art Cube. Get the free coloring templates to make this mesmerizing paper cube that transforms! Fun game or puzzle for the kids. Video included to show you how to make one.

With this simple project, the students learn how to create their secondary colours by using the primary colours. For preschool up to Grade 2.  You will need liquid tempera paint, white cardboard, and black wax crayons or felts. I drew some examples of eyes and mouths for the younger students. They can be inspired by my examples or just glue them on.  Bring some sunshine into your classroom!

With this simple project, the students learn how to create their secondary colours by using the primary colours. For preschool up to Grade You will need liquid tempera paint, white cardboard, and black wax crayons or felts. I drew some examples of eye

Silhouettes on color gradient. Good introductory wet-on-wet blending lesson.

Silhouettes on color gradient - with Jacksonville skyline. Good introductory wet-on-wet blending lesson.

8 Awesome DIY Secret Codes for Kids - Type your own Top Secret message into the template and it will automatically encrypt to match the Cipher!  Great as Spy Party games / activities, for playdates or even in the school classroom as code breaking games $6.50 via SIMONEmadeit.com

8 Awesome Secret Codes for Kids - Type your own Top Secret message into the template and it will automatically encrypt to match the Cipher! Great as Spy Party games / activities, for playdates or even in the school classroom as code breaking games

Would you like your students more clear on figurative language and sound devices? Actively engage them with this creative station work! You get 8 different stations with task cards and inviting student handouts for each. Students identify and analyze figurative language, and then brainstorm to apply their knowledge in imaginative ways.

Figurative Language Stations with Task Cards: Would you like your students more clear on figurative language and sound devices?

Have fun with your poetry unit by incorporating blackout poetry! Your middle school and high school English language arts students will love creating these poems.

Even though I incorporate poetry in my instruction throughout the year, whenever I teach my poetry unit, students always seem to moan and.