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Snow Kenyan Sand Boa Tutorial

Find the perfect handmade gift, vintage & on-trend clothes, unique jewelry, and more… lots more.

Ceramic Turkey and Hand-Print Pinch Pot Lesson

Ceramic Turkey and Hand-print Pinch Pot Lesson is a clay art lesson that is targeted to elementary (2nd-5th grade) and teaches both slab & pinch pot techniques. It is a fun & positive fall themed clay project that the children could use through the fall season.

The Seven Stages Of Clay

There are 7 Stages of Clay - From the Dry Stage alll the way Firing Stage. From my experiences I am going to show you how important each stage is.

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Op art cube

Made by students of 12 years old You need: white drawing sheet 21 by 29 cm pencil ruler markers glue Give students a copied print of a cu...

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Mermaid In Paper Plate Clam - Kid Craft

We are going to make a chalky circular mess on some basic cardstock paper and then turn them into an unsuspecting design for a bird nest!

Back To School Activity and Display for The Crayon Box that Talked

This kit makes an adorable Back To School display for the first day or week of school and also works great for Martin Luther King Day to teach about diversity. This activity goes GREAT with the book "The Crayon Box that Talked" by Shane DeRolf. Each student will get a large crayon to color and ad...

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Monochromatic painting

You need: white drawing sheet A3 size tempera paint brushes black marker Children choose a geometric shape and draw this overlapping and in...

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Linoleum printmaking

824 Likes, 13 Comments - 🍙ladybug.printmaker©🍙 (@ladybug.printmaker) on Instagram: “Acid yellow for a sunny Friday.…”

One Point Perspective Art Project - Grade 4

Classroom tips and projects for elementary school, middle school, and high school. Teaching resources. Clip art.

Mermaid In Paper Plate Clam - Kid Craft

We are going to make a chalky circular mess on some basic cardstock paper and then turn them into an unsuspecting design for a bird nest!

Snow Kenyan Sand Boa Tutorial

Find the perfect handmade gift, vintage & on-trend clothes, unique jewelry, and more… lots more.

Ceramic Turkey and Hand-Print Pinch Pot Lesson

Ceramic Turkey and Hand-print Pinch Pot Lesson is a clay art lesson that is targeted to elementary (2nd-5th grade) and teaches both slab & pinch pot techniques. It is a fun & positive fall themed clay project that the children could use through the fall season.

The Seven Stages Of Clay

There are 7 Stages of Clay - From the Dry Stage alll the way Firing Stage. From my experiences I am going to show you how important each stage is.

Friday Art Project

After a very busy and LONG week at school, L and I decided we needed to de-stress with a collaborative piece of art. We acquired four boxes on Thursday night and decided to head to Pinterest and Princeton's Incredible Art Department for some inspiration! This is a work in progress shot as we haven't finished yet. Stay tuned…

Art Smarties

Gr. 5 are finishing up pencil drawings for their Op Art Cubes. Next steps: Sharpie, cut, fold & glue!

Back To School Activity and Display for The Crayon Box that Talked

This kit makes an adorable Back To School display for the first day or week of school and also works great for Martin Luther King Day to teach about diversity. This activity goes GREAT with the book "The Crayon Box that Talked" by Shane DeRolf. Each student will get a large crayon to color and ad...

Op art cube

Made by students of 12 years old You need: white drawing sheet 21 by 29 cm pencil ruler markers glue Give students a copied print of a cu...

Kindness Class Projects

Here are some examples of what the classes have been doing for the virtue of Kindness. In Kindergarten, we read The Kindness Quilt by Nan...

25 Totally Awesome Back to School Craft Ideas

These back to school craft ideas are SO MUCH FUN! Ahhhh! I just can't choose! There are so many fun ideas to get the kids excited about going back!