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Sew a Softie Month!
July is Sew a Softie Month! Thanks to Coloured Buttons on Instagram for spreading the news. Check out their site here for l ots of great sewing projects. You can view my video on how to sew soft sculptures on our YouTube channel here. Happy making, enjoy yo...

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Thematic Unit Template
Just finished choosing all of the projects for this coming year. Our theme is: Famous Artists! We will also be getting a new art room which I intend to decorate as an art museum, check back for more details on that soon! For those who were curious, I am sha...

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Quick Art Projects with Little Supplies: Typography
So you may have noticed the lack of posts lately, here is the story. A day before spring break, I was told that my portable was being demolished and I had to get everything moved out. Great timing, except I was teaching camps all Spring Break and would have...

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During our study of countries in Africa, 5th grade viewed the savanna habitat and the animals that live in it. We created collages of animals and plants on a piece of painted paper. We had a few days that were missed due to snow and other things, so some cl...

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Chinese Dragon Collage
I love giving "easy" projects to the older grades sometimes because it really lets them be creative. Instead of learning new skills, we can really push the limits of what we already know. 4th grade create these amazing Chinese dragon collages in January. I ...

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A Little Love
We took a break from our study of countries to spread some love. A simple oil pastels and watercolor project based on Jim Dine. These always turn out nice, love them. <3

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Youth Art Month Challenge 2017!
Hello all! Last year for our YAM challenge, students created 10 themed artworks for a show. I was astonished at how many kids participated and I was very proud of my Guild artists! This year, our challenge is to choose 1 project from our YouTube channel to ...

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The Great Plate Dragon
During our Chinese art unit, art club worked together to create this huge Chinese dragon from painted paper plates! He looks amazing in the hallway, love it!

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Ming Plates
I did a few Chinese art projects at my former school  and one of them was Ming vases. Students used oil pastel and watercolor to recreate a Ming vase artwork. Then I saw other teachers having students replicate Ming dynasty plates on paper plates, and I was...

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This Artist Can
I recently posted a video on our YouTube channel for teachers to show how we start each class everyday. "This Artist Can" is our chant of the rules that we do before every class. Check it out and let me know if you use anything similar or how you make sure ...
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