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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
Is there something in your kitchen righ tnow that can hekp keep your classrrom organized and teach 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
I encourage my students to recycle and as part of a real world application, I use recycled items in my classroom. I take the cup holder trays I get from McDonalds and place yogurt containers in them. ...
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Reviving Old Paint
As an elementary art teacher, I am frequently moved to a new building. I inherit a collection of old tempera paint every time I move. To manage the paint, I purchased a quart sized freezer storage con...
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Self Portraits
When students do a self portrait they should be able to look in a mirror, so I asked my students and colleagues for old mirror tiles. I had 1/8 inch maysonite cut into 12x12 backing boards which I att...
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Spilled Paint
When mixing powdered tempera paint, use one part liquid hand soap and three parts water. This makes clean up a lot easier and helps with the laundry in the case of spilled paint.
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