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Explore the ways in which block color clip art can enhance your classroom. These bright printable color blocks come with five different teaching ideas that span graphing, sorting, and even bulletin board building.
- Print, color, cut, laminate, and use
- These would be great for identifying table groups – just make a color flag for each table
Second graders invent sentences using high frequency words. In this literacy lesson, 2nd graders type simple sentences using high frequency words, and a clip art picture for each sentence.
Third graders, after exploring the process of writing poetry through imagery words that go beyond pen and paper, create a Poetry Pop-Up Book. They incorporate the use of the Thesaurus and clip-art/digital photography to assist them in their assignment. In addition, they view a variety of Haiku examples that stress imagery.
Beginning multiplication is introduced to learners in 3rd grade by using the software, Inspiration. They will explore the concept of repeated addition to factors of a number. They design a story problem involving multiplication and use clip art to demonstrate their solution of the problem. Various software applications are recommended, but the lesson could be adapted to many tools.
Students explore how to annotate and align clip art as well as create Powerpoint presentations. In this presentation graphics lesson plan, students expand their IT skills set by completing 4 projects employing clip art and presentation software.
First graders write sentences based on their spelling words that appear on their word walls. In this writing lesson plan, 1st graders create sentences that include their spelling words. They do this on the computer. Then they pick out and insert a picture from Clip Art to represent each sentence.
Students, while in the computer lab, explore, examine and practice searching for symbols and pictures in Microsoft Word Clip Art to assess how to change picture size and how to make a page border. They are to create a basic flyer.
Second graders create sentences using word wall or spelling words. In this literacy lesson, 2nd graders type their sentences and attach a clip art picture that coordinates with the word or sentence.
Seventh graders identify terms related to computer-generated productions (e.g., desktop publishing, WYSIWYG, clip art, hypertext, multimedia, laserdisc, CD-ROM, VCR, scanners, camcorders).
Sixth graders write a story using clip art in place of various words. In this word processing instructional activity, 6th graders write a story inserting clip art pictures in place of words when appropriate. This instructional activity includes a sample.
Students illustrate a poem after they create it using Microsoft Word or other word-processing software. They access websites imbedded in this plan which contain many poems for students to choose from.
Students, while in the computer lab, utilize the program SimCity to create a functioning city. They use s seven slide PowerPoint to create an election campaign to get themselves elected as mayor of their SimCity. A rubric is provided for them to follow precisely for instructions.
Students practice descriptive writing by creating a restaurant menu. In this language arts lesson, students create a food menu using construction paper, markers, crayons, pencils, and 20 adjectives to describe the items. Students draw pictures or add Clip Art to enhance the menu.
Students construct a web page using web making software. In this web page lesson, students design an original web page about themselves. Students include information about who they are and add clip art or photos. Students advertise and evaluate their websites.
Young scholars explore different styles of writing. In this writing lesson, students look at menus to get an idea of how many different types of writing there are. Young scholars create their own menus and add border and clip art.
Young scholars create a PowerPoint presentation. In this PowerPoint lesson, students work in groups to make a project on an immigrant's story. They use clip art and effects in their project.
Fractured Fairy Tales get a technology twist when a PowerPoint presentation is used to highlight changed elements of a classic storiy. A class discussion about setting, characters, and story action provide a basis for learners to complete a four-slide presentation. Additional time may be needed for projects that are not completed due to time necessary for exploring online images and clip-art. Note: the Fractured Fairy Tales link is not available, but the rubric link is working.
Students analyze a classic children's story by discussing it with their peers. In this reading comprehension lesson, students read The Little Red Hen, and discuss ways the hen takes care of his responsibilities. Students utilize Clip Art to create a collage of pictures of words that begin with the letter H.
Learners experience basic word processing skills while producing a finished product. They practice skills such as cut and paste, changing font and adding clip art.
First graders identify the difference between needs and wants. They sort pictures (from clip art) of needs and wants into a sorting map. Students examine the choices people make to satisfy wants and needs with limited resources.