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最多 20 名学生。每节课时长 60 分钟。此外,可以在下面找到可下载的艺术工作表和其他材料。

No two kids are alike, especially when it comes to hitting developmental benchmarks. But it helps to have a rough idea of which academic and social skills your child should acquire at his or her grade level. Learn more about your child’s classroom in such subject areas as reading, math, and science — or check your state’s academic standards to find out what students are required to learn. By the end of each school year, you can expect your child to: 

  • NASA Cinespace Short Film Competition
    Students can submit a short film inspired by, and using, actual footage from NASA's digital archives for a chance to earn cash prizes, have their film screened by renowned director Richard Linklater(Boyhood, Dazed and Comfused), and get programmed into the Houston Cinema Arts Festival this November.
  • Breakthrough Junior Challenge
    Kids ages 13-18 can submit a big scientific idea in fundamental physics, life sciences, or mathematics in video form.
  • AdCap Challenge
    Your high school students can win up to $35,000 in scholarships and prizes for their smart ideas on topics like sustainability, food insecurity, the impact of technology, and more.
  • Breakthrough Junior Challenge
    Kids ages 13–18 can submit a big scientific idea in fundamental physics, life sciences, or mathematics in video form.
  • AdCap Challenge
    Your high school students can win up to $35,000 in scholarships and prizes for their smart ideas on topics like sustainability, food insecurity, the impact of technology, and more.
  • SIBA Invention Competition
    SIBA Invention Competition Enter any idea for a new way to demonstrate an educational concept, an idea for a new product, or an improvement for an existing product or procedure.
  • 3M Young Scientist Challenge
    3M Young Scientist Challenge As the nation's premier middle school science competition, the annual 3M Young Scientist Challenge invites students in grades 5-8 to compete for an exclusive mentorship with a 3M scientist, a $25,000 grand prize, and the chance to earn the title of "America's Top Young Scientist.
  • Botball Robotic Competition
    The Botball educational robotics program engages middle and high school aged students in a team-oriented robotics competition, and serves as a perfect way to meet today's new common core standards. Students use science, engineering, technology, math, and writing skills to design, build, program, and document robots in a hands-on project that reinforces their learning.
  • FIRST Competition
    FIRST is More Than Robots First LEGO League (4-16years old) First Tech Challege (12-18years old) First Robotics Competition (14-18years old)
  • The Telling Room
    Students ages 6–18 can submit fiction, nonfiction, and poetry to The Telling Room. They choose stories and poems that are creative and well-written.
  • National Poetry Month Poster Competition for Students
    National Poetry Month Poster Competition for Students The Academy of American Poets invites students in grades 9-12 living in the United States, U.S. Territories, or Tribal Nations to enter. Winning artwork is featured in the National Poetry Month poster.
  • Math Kangaroo
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  • Math League
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  • AMC
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  • The International Compost Awareness Week Poster Contest
    Poster Contest Rules Students in third grade and up can create a poster for International Compost Awareness Week. The overall winner will receive a $500 prize. Final poster: The Compost Research & Education Foundation’s ICAW Committee reserves the right to alter the final poster design or to reject all submissions for the final poster design. All submissions become the property of the Compost Research & Education Foundation and may be used for commercial purposes. No entries will be returned. Deadline: November 1, 2022, 12 midnight EST REQUIREMENT CHECKLIST Entries will be eliminated if requirements are not followed exactly. Please read before you enter and make sure your poster has everything it needs. Only one entry per person Size is 12” wide X 18” vertical (this is in inches) Resolution is 300 dpi in jpg format Poster contains the theme, For Healthier Soil, Healthier Food…Compost! Poster contains the words International Compost Awareness Week Poster contains May 7 – 13, 2023 Do not add additional words to your poster. Only the theme and International Compost Awareness Week and May 7 – 13, 2023 are allowed. Any changes to those words or additions will automatically eliminate your entry. If you have a photograph as part of your poster, please confirm that either you took the photo or you have obtained legal rights to use the photo.
  • VANS Custom Culture
    VANS Custom Culture Selected high schools will be challenged to design shoes around two themes. Additionally, they can also submit an Impact Document reflecting how their school, students, and community would be impacted by winning $75,000 for their art program.
  • RUBBER BAND CONTEST
    For Future Inventors Are you ready to learn about the exciting world of polymers, and stretch your imaginations? Then let’s get hands-on with a polymer that has some truly unique and amazing properties! It’s time for the annual Rubber Band Contest for Young Inventors, hosted by the Akron Global Polymer Academy—an outreach division of the School of Polymer Science and Polymer Engineering at The University of Akron! This contest challenges students in grades 5-8 to design and create a working invention/artwork that incorporates at least 1 rubber band. Students can compete in one of two separate divisions: 1) Arts & Leisure; or 2) Science & Engineering. The first-place winner in each division will receive $300.00, while the runner-up in each division will receive $150.00. The four remaining finalists in each division—who are not a first-place winner or runner-up—will receive $75.00. The top eight schools with the most student entries will each receive an equal donation shared from a donation pool of $1,600.
  • The ArtEffect Project
    The ArtEffect Project teaches middle and high school students their power to effect positive change through creative storytelling that celebrates Unsung Heroes from history. Students must submit high-quality creative art projects in the following mediums: visual arts, narrative film, theater, and creative nonfiction. The submission deadline is Mar, 25,2023
  • Celebrating Art
    Celebrating Art This contest is open to K-12 students attending public schools, home schools, and art studios. Kids and teachers can win prizes, classroom supplies, and more!
  • NASA Langley Student Art Contest
    The contest is open to all K-12 students attending public, private, parochial, and homeschools who are residents of the United States, and grades K-12 of U.S. military members stationed overseas.
  • Toyota Dream Car USA Art Contest
    The Toyota Dream Car USA Art Contest inspires creativity in youth, ages 4-15, and helps them imagine the future of mobility.
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Activities

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