For this art activity, we will be examining the idea of texture in art through a simple rabbit drawing of our own.
The Acropolis is one of the most famous archaeological sites of Greece. Part of why it has been able to last so long is the strength of its column design. Let’s learn more about that with this activity today that will also help reinforce shapes for younger children.
Here’s what you need for our Level 2 Snow and Arctic Units.
For our Arctic Unit, we’ll be exploring the northernmost part of the planet—and getting to know some of the people and animals who call it home! We’ll also explore how the hemispheres work together while strengthening your child’s math, literacy, and fine motor skills.
Whether the world is a little more wintry by your house or not, this week’s unit will give you and your child the opportunity to explore a variety of snow activities first-hand.
This week, we’re taking a journey north to explore the Arctic! We’ll take a closer look at the land, the animal residents, and the people who call the Arctic Circle home.
Whether it’s blizzards and forts or snowmen and snowflakes, there’s no denying that snow means fun for kids. In this seasonal unit study, we’ll break down basics of your favorite flakes from a scientific, mathematical, and artistic point of view.
Here’s what you need for the Snow and Arctic Units.
Much of what we know about life in Ancient Greece has actually been learned from their pottery. That’s because their pottery was often decorated with depictions of their popular myths and early Mediterranean life.
In the original Greek Olympic games, the winner of an event wasn’t given a gold, silver, or bronze medal like they are in the Olympics today. instead, they received a wreath of leaves! Let’s make our own leaf crown (and work those fine motor skills!) using this simple tutorial. What you need: green felt thinContinue reading “Greece: Felt Olympic games wreath craft”