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When magma is forcefully ejected from beneath the earth’s crust, a volcano forms! Volcanoes can provide important habitats for unique plants and animals. Join Miss Raychel in an exciting, dramatic art lesson on movement while we create our own exploding volcano!
What’s the difference between weather and climate? What are warm and cool colors? How are baby emperor penguins so adorable?! Join Miss Raychel in learning about the climate on planet earth, and make a chalk drawing of an emperor penguin under northern lights!
What would it be like to be a wild animal? Join Miss Raychel as she tells a story about how wolves changed the course of rivers in Yellowstone National Park. Then learn about the art concept of balance and create a gray wolf with crayons and watercolors!
Make magical leaves appear as butterfly wings, and learn about the relationships between plants and animals. Grab your crayons for a fun art project where you’ll learn something awesome about the planet and a new art technique, too!
Join Detective Raychel on the hunt for new plants and animals in the biodiversity hotspots of the world - the rainforests! Create your own hidden animal rainforest scene inspired by the patterns and colors of Romero Britto. Then test your friends and family and see if they can find all your animals!
Go on a bird hunt with Miss Raychel! Every bird has a story. Learn why it's important to observe nature, what it takes to be a great artist, and how to be environmentally friendly. Then we will draw a hummingbird through storytelling and learn some fun lines and shapes together!
Wetland ecosystems are full of diverse plants and animals! Learn about what ecosystems are all about, and why it's important to protect natural spaces. Get your colored pencils ready - we're going to draw and color our very own ecosystem at sunset!
The Mexican Artist Frida Kahlo was considered by many to be a folk artist and magic realist. In this EcoArts lesson we explore a little of her history, and create a beautiful piece that combines her masterpiece “The Frame” and her use of magic realism. Get ready to learn something about endangered species!
Travel 20 years into the future with Miss Raychel 2040. Learn how to draw pop-up buildings and robots on this eco-city adventure. Your imagination will help you design a futuristic city that prevents and cleans-up pollution. Let’s go!
Grab some old magazines and junk mail and design your own collaged eco-city! Join Miss M in discovering the ways in which human activities impact our environment. Then use your imagination to build your own dream city! Flying cars? Gondolas? Free ice cream towers covered in solar panels? The sky is the limit when you invent a city all your own.