In this K-2 lesson, students will construct patterns using visual arts designs and math manipulatives. They will also identify patterns existing in the natural and man-made world, art, as well as math and science.
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In this 3-5 lesson, students will explore the sport of baseball to design and construct a model baseball field. Students will work collaboratively to examine baseball through art, movement, and sound. They will present their artwork and problem-solving process with the class at the end.
In this 6-8 lesson, students will create mandalas using mathematical concepts and skills. They will explore symmetry as well as the natural and man-made shapes found in mandalas. They will design a mandala, then analyze other students’ creative work for style and message.
In this 3-5 lesson, students will infer the moral of a story and compare two mediums of Aesop’s fable, “The Crow and the Pitcher.” Each student will design their own puppet to act out the fable using pebbles and water in containers.