Need a theme idea for an art project? Maybe you’re looking for a theme that can last in your classroom for an extended period of time; a theme to kick off the next school year? There are many reasons you may need to use a theme. Our list of tried-and-true themes that you can use in the classroom (and many of these would also make great themes for a new baby’s nursery or a child’s bedroom.)
Have students create a short auto-biographical essay or list of personal facts, then decorate it with a photo and a fingerprint. You can guarantee that no two will be the same.
Have students bring in sample items that they read outside of school, then make a 3D bulletin board. Start by letting the class brainstorm examples, then bring in items from home. Use things like cereal boxes, menus, comic books or other three-dimensional objects. The world isn’t flat, and your bulletin boards don’t have to be either!
It seems everyone is looking for a gift that students can make for their parents, family and friends. Never fear, Teachnet.com is here! Magnets are a fun and easy-to-make gift that your students will love.