United Arts Council

Why Do We Need the Earth?

This is an introductory set of 4 lessons on the natural resources in which students study original paintings to identify ways that humans al…

What’s Your Position?

Students will be able to use positional words when speaking and dancing to compare and contrast the position of objects.

What is Government Made Of?

What are the functions of the different branches of government? What symbols do we use to represent our government? Who are the people who r…

Weather in Motion

Students will be able to recognize the three basic cloud types, write poetry and create a visual piece based on point of view, and create da…

Unscramble the Preamble

After exploring the depth of each part of the Preamble through the arts, students will gain a greater understanding of the true meaning of t…

The Shape of Me

How do we look the same and different? Students will be able to identify similarities and differences of physical features; identify shapes …

The Point of View Variety Pack

In this lesson students will be able about to create, distinguish, develop, and interpret their own point of view through the integration of…

See, Think, Write!

This lesson will have students work in groups to discuss and order art work based on sequence of events and create a narrative based on one …

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Artists in Schools

The Arts Mean

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