Totem Poles by 4th Grade
This is a project that I just can't quit. I've been doing it for several years now and the work just keeps getting better every year. Sometimes I wonder if readers get bored with seeing some of the same projects each year. Looking at these totems, who could get bored? One of the things I like best about this lesson is that it's hard. It's really hard for some kids. Good. The most difficult aspect of the lesson is drawing an animal in such a way that it looks like it has been carved into a…
Sidewalk Chalk Paint - A DIY Recipe - The Kitchen Table Classroom
My kids love sidewalk chalk paint but buying it is expensive. But being stingy with supplies takes the fun out making art. This sidewalk chalk paint DIY recipe is so easy and inexpensive to make your kids can even do it themselves. Three ingredients that you've already got in your pantry and this paint is ready to go!
Homemade Gifts Kids Can Make: Sandpaper Printed Towels - Toddler Approved
We love finding simple homemade gifts to make for family members, teachers, and friends. A few years ago we made sandpaper printed thank you cards and sandpaper printed t-shirts and they were really fun to make and looked so cute! This week we decided to make some sandpaper printed towels. These would be easy toContinue Reading
Amie Bentley - Art Teacher on Instagram: “I finally hung 5th grade’s Keith Haring inspired collages. We made the figures pop off the background using tiny squares of foam core…”
Keith Haring inspired collages | We made the figures pop off the background using tiny squares of foam core board! | Glitter Meets Glue Designs #artlesson #elementaryart #kidsart