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What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?
Pre-K - 2nd
It's never too early to think about our future! Boost enthusiasm about careers and occupations with a collection created for kindergarten through second grade. Young minds discover future possibilities such as becoming a firefighter, doctor, teacher, and more!
Working With Community and Cultural Resources
K - 12th
New ReviewOn-Broadway, off-Broadway, community, repertory. So many types of theatre companies. Young theatre artists investigate the mission and goals of various theatre organizations to gain an understanding of the mission and intended audiences...
The Brooklyn Bridge Project Packet
5th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewWhen looking at the Brooklyn Bridge, the awesomeness of building such a structure in 1870 comes to the forefront. Learners comprehend how builders took on such a massive project so long ago. Using photos, political cartoons, and letters,...
Icon of Modernism: Representing the Brooklyn Bridge, 1883-1950
K - 12th
The Brooklyn Bridge is not for sale but it is certainly a valuable work of art, and is certainly an American icon. Class members research the history of the bridge, examine eight works of art depicting the bridge, and then design their...
Night and Day: A Digital Art Lesson based on Monet's Rouen Cathedral Series
5th - 8th
Think about your favorite place ... now, think about what it looks like at different times during the day. How does the change in lighting affect the colors you see? Young artists explore the tools available in digital art software to...
A Classroom Guide to Peter H. Reynolds's Creatrilogy
3rd - 6th CCSS: Adaptable
Help young readers find, identify, and use their voices with a set of empowering activities based on Peter H. Reynolds' trilogy of books. Sky Color, Ish, and The Dot focus on recognizing moods and treating each other kindly, and their...
Digital Dream Lab's Art Game Swatch Out!
Pre-K - 1st Visual & Performing Arts
Why did we create an art game? Teachers reported to us that students struggle in art the most with composition of colors. For example, students often think "pink" is composed of random colors or that pink is its own color, instead of...