Recently, a teacher on the Scholastic Books Facebook page posted a question: “Does anyone have a song or poem that works on sounds? We’ve done Ra Ra Red Sheep like Ba Ba Black Sheep. Does anyone have other ideas? Thanks!” Continue Reading
Month: October 2014
Celebrating differences courtesy Pablo Picasso
By Sister Stefanie MacDonald, OSB
We have continued to learn about Pablo Picasso, using the beautifully illustrated Just Behave, Pablo Picasso! by Jonah Winter. The kids loved the book … and loved our art project even more!
The project was based on Pablo’s musical instrument paintings. Continue Reading
Grade School Self Portraits, Cubism Style
We’ve progressed from lines to cubism in art class now, and are focusing on Pablo Picasso.
“Getting to Know the World’s Greatest Artists” is a series that I love to use. It does a great job on Pablo! Continue Reading
What is a religious vocation?
Now that I am both a teacher AND a vocation director, I dash between hats all day long. Recently, I combined them.
That’s because I wanted to make a video for vocation presentations. You might not need to make a vocation presentation per se, but I thought you’d be interested in the video as a tool for your own use. (Of course, you may be discerning your own vocation. 🙂 Be sure to holler if you are!) Continue Reading