Showing posts with label Handprints. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Handprints. Show all posts

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Kindergarten MLK Projects

During our study of Martin Luther King, Jr. the Kindergarten students created overlapping handprints with various skin tones.

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Cool and Warm Hands: Third Grade

Third Grade students created patterns with geometric shapes and cool/warm colors. To integrate math, students had to find either a square or circle that covered the most area. They traced that shape and then found the same shape but with less area. They traced the shape and then repeated this step until they got to the shape that covered the least area. Once their shapes were traced, they traced their handprint in the middle. They then colored the geometric shapes in a pattern of either warm or cool colors. They colored the handprint in the opposite set of colors. For display, I grouped them into warm and cool colors.

Monday, March 11, 2013

Valentine Handprints

I saw this cute activity on Pinterest where students created hearts with their handprints. They turned out to be very adorable!

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