Consider painting red and blue stars on some lanterns, red stripes on a few others, and some fun abstract designs as well. This is a great project to do with the kids. Get the whole family around the table painting and enjoy getting into the patriotic spirit. Red, White, and Blue Lighting
I have chosen to utilize cheerleading as a form of recreational kinesthetic art to help enhance instruction in an ELA lesson plan for 3rd grade spelling words. How you ask? I will tell explain to you in the following bullet points: • 1st create a list of spelling words for third grade with ten spelling words. • 2nd take a word and create a cheer out of it by utilizing my cheerleading talent. • 3rd
Adam's idea that you don't have to go through things alone is best communicated through his use of imagery, symbolism, and positive connotation. Adam uses imagery to create the worlds in his music. It helps to picture things if there is a vivid description. "Bright eyes and subtle variations of blue, everywhere is balanced there like a rainbow above you" help us to see the where him and his friend are, and what's going on in the song. This quote from the song describes
The book Full House: An Invitation to Fractions is written by Dayle Ann Dodds and illustrated by Abby Carter. By incorporating this piece of literature, one can creatively introduce second or third grade students to the world of fractions. The illustrations are creative, bright, and enjoyable to look at as the story is being read. The use of rhyme and rhythm makes the book easy to read and fun to listen to. Join Miss Bloom as she runs the Strawberry Inn to learn about fractions as she works to fill up her inn.
In other terms, Guin is letting us know that the sky is clear as glass, allowing the sunlight to beam directly on Omelas. Guin allows us to paint a picture of exactly what Omelas looks like. By reading this metaphor we can picture a clear blue sky with the sunlight directly gleaming on Omelas with its “white-gold” flame. The use of these metaphors in the introduction of “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas”, shifts the readers towards a more positive and Utopian setting. “The crowds along the racecourse are like a field of grass and flowers in the wind.”
Read the story “Rainbow Fish” to the children. Afterward ask the children open-ended questions about the story. Have the children retell their version of the story. This activity is developmentally appropriate for this age group because it teaches the children that Rainbow-Colored foil stamping glitters on each page of the excellent novel of a beautiful fish that learns to make friends by sharing his possessions. .
One of the most fascinating and effective symbols used by Fitzgerald throughout this novel is the colors he uses to represent each of the social classes. The colors that Fitzgerald wisely chose to enforce this theme allows the readers to get insight on how each class is being viewed. Tom and Daisy’s house contains French windows that were “glowing with reflected gold” (Fitzgerald 11). When Gatsby wanted to impress Daisy with his achievement of wealth he wore a
Any glass that has been colored, enameled, stained, or painted is considered a form of stained glass. It is also any glass that has had pigments baked onto the surface or metallic oxides fused into it. The most often way to present a piece of stained glass is in a window. It is also found in decorative lamp shades and various other light catching pieces. The art form of stained glass has evolved over time to create beautiful,
The powerful representation of fantasy and imagination that is displayed in The Bridge to Terabithia should be open for all readers to discover. By interpreting the illustrations that Paterson has written, children can learn something about the light of Terabithia, “he believed her because there in the shadowy light of the stronghold everything seemed possible” (pg. 52). Readers are taught that the ability to explore new universes and dimensions, extends just as far as what your mind is able to create. One example is Jess, the main
Jessica Vandeventer 23 March 2016 Quantitative Spectroscope and Visible Light Purpose/Question- The purpose of the lab is to build a diffraction grating spectroscope, and to view different lights. We also are going to draw the light spectra of the various light sources.
We chose to do our Math Trail at this location because of timing and unexpected changes of the group. However, we were to work together and would all agree that under these circumstances we were able to accomplish the math trail successfully. Since our location was Mira Costa College as students we typically come across water fountains many times and concluded that it would present several mathematical features. With an agreement, we wanted to determine the velocity by developing questions such as what would be the speed of the water to touch the base and what would be the time for the water from the knob to hit the base of the water fountain.
For the next step which can be the upcoming session or the same, I showcase the pictures on the wall. The children observe each other’s’ motives, their personal feelings and pure concept of what they heard (it can be a basic form of their fabric design). They talk about what they observed and give their ideas about the illustrations (it builds their speech skills in front of the others, provides self-confidence and self-esteems).
It would be best used as an extension to the learning we are doing as a whole group, since it goes more in depth with some of the topics we would discuss about maps and globes in class. The book goes more into detail about the history of globes and how we started to use them today. It ties well with the 5th grade geography standard: “SS.3-5.G.1: Understand the use of geographic tools to locate and analyze information about people, places, and environments” because it talks extensively about map concepts. It is available for loan from the Northwest Area Education Agency, and is available for purchase for
CD 452 Professional Development Reflection The first lesson I chose was Power of Language for Infants and Toddlers. Each lesson taught how to build relationships, language, and every word builds a healthy brain. It taught how to respond to a child in a positive way, there are 5 elements to the responses.