ALEX Lesson Plans
Subject: Arts Education (K)
Title: Little Quack
Description: After reading the book, Little Quack, students will explore and recreate a picture from the story using several different textures.
This is a College- and Career-Ready Standards showcase lesson plan.
Subject: Arts Education (K - 12)
Title: Printing Your Own Money
Description: Art teachers know how fun block printmaking is for students. Once you have your original block cut and ready to go, replicating your art work multiple times is fun and easy. Turn this beautiful art making technique into a classroom fundraiser this holiday season!
Subject: Arts Education (K - 2), or Credit Recovery Science (1), or Science (K), or Technology Education (K - 2)
Description: Over this three-week unit, students will learn basic concepts about weather and the part it plays in their everyday lives. Students will make a slideshow presentation that summarizes the content presented about seasons and things in the sky. Also, students will make a flyer that summarizes the content presented about severe weather and severe weather safety. Finally, students will keep a daily log of local weather and put this information into a website.
Subject: Arts Education (K - 1), or English Language Arts (K), or Technology Education (K - 2)
Title: Art Fun With the Fairy Tale, The Fisherman and His Wife
Description: This lesson will give students the opportunity to view a variety of illustrations in different forms of literature. Students will be able to create their own work of art. They will also find that fairy tales can inspire readers to create original works of art.
Subject: Arts Education (K - 1)
Title: Pig Art
Description: Students will explore three-dimensional art and produce an art object. The art will relate to the story of The Three Little Pigs.
ALEX Learning Activities
Title: Picasso Review Badge
Digital Tool: Picasso- Draw, Paint, Doodle!
Digital Tool Description: With Picasso: Draw, Paint, Doodle! , users can create their own masterpieces, upload and edit existing images, or doodle on pre-loaded images within the app. Students can work collaboratively to use the Picasso app to create a "learning badge" to remember the lesson. At the end of a lesson, the teacher can ask students to work in groups to create "badges" to help the class remember the lesson. Periodically the teacher can use the badge to review the lesson that it was created from.