Winter can be a magical time for Arts Integration. There are so many topics to focus on and hands-on projects that can be used to fuel engagement and reinforce learning.
Classroom and arts teachers can use these links to inspire some festive winter fun.
Math and Sculpture
- Create a snowman using geometric forms.
- Geometric Snowman by: Minieco HERE
- Create some unique winter origami and paper crafts.
- 15 DIY Paper Holiday Decor Projects by: Curbly HERE
Math and Mixed Media
- Create a winter scene that emphasizes measurements and angles.
- Colorful Christmas Trees by: Kids Artists HERE
Science and Sculpture
- Create a festive winter sculpture with these colorful icicles.
- Creating Colorful Icicles by: Housing a Forest HERE
- Use this science experiment to create an instant ice sculpture.
- Instant Ice: Winter Science Experiment for Kids by: Raising Lifelong Learners HERE
Scientific Method and Sculpture
- As a class, test these recipes for fake snow and document your findings.
- Fake Snow Lab-Testing the Best Recipes for Artificial Snow by: Left Brain Craft Brain HERE
Science, Technology, and Music
- Document this experiment by taking a video of the reaction. Compose some music to go along with your snow storm.
- Snow Storm in a Jar by: Growing a Jeweled Rose HERE
Science and Drawing/Painting
- Create a unique work of art with ice chalk
- Play Recipe – Ice Chalk by: Growing a Jeweled Rose HERE
- Winter Science Experiments You Can Do Without Snow by: Schooling a Monkey HERE
- 10 Winter STEAM Challenges for Kids by: Kids STEAM Lab HERE
- Folding Christmas Fractals and Koch Snowflakes by: Artful Maths HERE
- STEAM Up Your Classroom with Snowflakes by: Education Closet HERE
- Christmas Tree Engineering Project by: Little Bins for Little Hands HERE
- Build a Snowflake Tinker Tray by: What Can We Do With Paper and Glue HERE
How will you use Arts Integration in your classroom this winter? Let us know in the comments below!