Simple and Successful Ceramic Wall Hangings
May 10, 2018

Simple and Successful Ceramic Wall Hangings

Bring out the clay and bring about positive student responses! Clay is always a favorite medium for my students. This project is fun, easy, and allows for all students to experience success. Students who struggle with fine motor skills do very well with this lesson. It can be adapted for all grade levels. I have […]

“Eco-Culture” Totem Poles
January 03, 2018

“Eco-Culture” Totem Poles

Who do we share the earth with? What do we know about our non-human neighbors? How can we pay tribute to nature? This engaging interdisciplinary unit seeks to answer these questions by having students create clay totem poles as a visual narrative of our complex and beautiful world. Students, driven by their own personal interest, […]

FEB 2017: Platter
January 10, 2017

FEB 2017: Platter

DETAIL: Platter, late 16th-century. Follower of Bernard Palissy (French, Agen, Lot-et-Garonne, 1510–1590, Paris). Lead-glazed earthenware; 20.5″ x 15.625″ x 2.812″. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Julia A. Berwind, 1953. Public domain. ONLINE EXTRAS click here for resources related to this art print    Want To Have This Month’s Full-Size Art Print and Lesson Plan For Your Classroom? Order […]