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Create Some Resources!

Started on Oct 02, 2011 by CaptureCreativity
Last post on Jan 17, 2013

Are you planning to share some of your resources? Let's build the exchange up! I'm anxious to see what else is out there!

2 Keeps, 3 Likes, 7 Comments

  • MrLarson 10/02/2011 at 04:20am
    I wanna put some stuff up, but am pressed for time. I also want to get some pictures of work from school to go with the stuff I have in mind. Thanks for putting stuff up already. Way to go!!

  • jmhurt 10/02/2011 at 10:54pm
    Just posted one! Let me know what you think. :)

  • CaptureCreativity 10/02/2011 at 11:12pm
    Looks awesome! Very thorough. Impressive project and results (especially for middle school level). Definitely adaptable for other grades as well. Do you find that students get more excited and invested when you incorporate the history and culture? Seems to work that way for me...

  • jmhurt 10/03/2011 at 12:32am
    Thanks! I totally agree. I think it's easier to get them to take ownership of the project if they understand the context in which the art they are looking at for inspiration was created. I try to do this for most of my projects, but not every one.

  • Jenncook678 08/17/2012 at 11:10am
    Thanks CaptureCreativity, you've inspired me to tackle posting my first full lesson. I have to be honest, the process was a little intimidating, but it is definitely worth the effort to share.
    I know I have already benefited from some awesome planners out there! Thank you!

  • RVArtist 01/17/2013 at 06:24am
    I posted one on Gee's Bend Quilts the other day for Elementary. It is a great lesson for Black History month and it could be a short 1-2 day lesson or could be expanded. Would even be good for middle school or high school if they brought in pieces of fabric that held special meaning to them. A great elementary book to go along with this lesson in Stichin' and Pullin'. It has beautiful illustrations and the story is told in poems.