Famous Artists Portfolio Program
This longstanding free program allows parents, teachers, and/or community members to present reproductions of significant artworks to students in the classroom. Portfolio prints are organized into nearly 70 age-appropriate themes. Follow-up art activities are suggested for each portfolio. No artistic experience is necessary—merely an enjoyment of working with children and a belief that art matters. In order to borrow portfolios, you must have completed training in a prior year OR participate in this year’s training. All K - 8th grade students participating in this program are eligible to enter the 2018 Student Art Show, exhibited in Turtle Bay Museum January 26 – April 30, 2018.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017, 3-5 p.m., Museum Classroom.
Call 530-242-3148 to register!
The Lending Library offers classroom kits from GEMS (Great Explorations in Math & Science), Project learning Tree, Growing Up Wild, among others, that teachers can check out. Each kit comes fully stocked with materials for a classroom of up to 32 students to implement the lesson plans – perfect for the classroom or afterschool activities. For a yearly fee of $35 a teacher can check out an unlimited number of kits. Learn how to sign up by clicking on link below
GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) is an inquiry-based, standards-supported approach to learning developed by the Lawrence Hall of Science (LHS) at UC-Berkeley. The Redding GEMS Center at Turtle Bay has been providing north state teachers access to cutting edge teaching materials and intensive workshops since 2001.
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- March 3, 2018
Wintu Ways Downloads:
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