Culture, Community, and the Classroom: Beekeeping

Culture, Community, and the Classroom: Beekeeping

TITLE: Bee Yourself (Beneficial Bees) AUTHORS AND TEACHERS: Sarah Edwards and Nina Muto Sarah Edwards is an elementary art teacher at Windsor C.R. Weeks Elementary School in Windsor, NY. Nina Muto is a guidance counselor at Windsor C.R. Weeks Elementary School in...
Thanksgiving Foodways

Thanksgiving Foodways

Many people in the United States celebrate the national Thanksgiving holiday by sharing a special meal. Although there is a stereotype about turkey and dressing as the iconic meal, we all have different ideas about what foods we want on Thanksgiving Day. Turkey or...
Bread Journal

Bread Journal

Paying attention to a cultural element like bread tells us about ourselves as well as others. Think about bread broadly—from matzo to pancakes, tortillas to crackers! Here are some activities to do on your own or with others to find art in your daily life.

La Trace du Boudin

An engaging profile of Acadiana and Lafayette High School students who prepared the “Guide to Acadian Stores and Meat Markets That Sell Boudin.” The guide, a French and English tourism brochure, explores the boudin, a Cajun sausage made and sold in small family-owned...

Teaching with Foodways

The study of foodways offers compelling ways to explore local and world customs and cultures through an accessible, universal, everyday practice. The foods we eat provide a firsthand, sensory experience that can build an appetite for learning in any subject and offer...