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"Sense"ible Heart Art
You will "heart" Ms. Postman's creative way to introduce even the youngest learners to the five senses, while they create a sweet piece of art for Valentine's Day.
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Activity Bags
Art teachers: can something that might be in your kitchen cabinet at home help keep your classroom organized while teaching your students responsibility? Check out Ms. Mayton's tip and find out!
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Colored Glue
Sometimes it’s difficult for young children to see where glue was applied especially on a white background. Here’s a colorful solution that will stop excess glue seepage and cut down on waste.
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Fiber Art Project
When art and recycling collide, Ms. Comes sees a teachable moment! Read about her tip that comes with many lessons.
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Leftover Laminating Film
As an art teacher for 29 years,, Ms. Carroll can find a use for anything that's left over - and that include laminating film. See what she does on her ironing board at home that gives new life to something you might be throwing in the trash.
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Plastic Lids
Ms. Hawk gets multiple uses out of plastic lids and is sharing them here! Her tips make cleanup so easy and also provides a neat way to model "reduce, reuse, recycle" in the classroom.
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Recycled Paint Trays
Ms. Wood encourages her students to recycle and as part of a real world application, she uses recycled items in her classroom. Read about her practical ways of making one man's trash her classroom's treasure.
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Reviving Old Paint
Ms. Parks came up with a neat way to cut down on wasting paint in her art class. It's easy and perfect for tight budgets.
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Self Portraits
When Ms. Sellers did a unit on self portraits in her art class, she called on her colleagues for help. Read about how the shop class also chipped in to make sure each artist had his or her own station ready to render themselves on canvas.
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Spilled Paint
Ms. Webb uses a method for mixing tempura paint that saves a lot of time during cleanup or in case of accidental spills. Read more about how she takes a lot of the hassle out of "Spilled Paint".
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