Alex Smith
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Bleeding Tissue Paper Art - "Painting” with tissue paper is not only fun but beautiful! This craft requires bleeding art tissue instead of regular wrapping tissue. This specialty tissue can be found in craft stores. This project can be completed freehand with scissors or more structured with paper punches.

Bleeding Tissue Paper Art - "Painting” with tissue paper is not only fun but beautiful! This craft requires bleeding art tissue instead of regular wrapping tissue. This specialty tissue can be found in craft stores. This project can be completed freehand with scissors or more structured with paper punches.

I love grey for a nursery. You can switch out the accessories and accents for each baby. This is like what I wanna do for my next baby gray and chevrons and then just choose another color to be a pop depending on the gender

I love grey for a nursery. You can switch out the accessories and accents for each baby. This is like what I wanna do for my next baby gray and chevrons and then just choose another color to be a pop depending on the gender

Signs of the Seasons by Innovative Teacher #cut #paste #winter

Signs of the Seasons by Innovative Teacher #cut #paste #winter

q-tip snowflakes. Let the kids cut up the q-tips and dip in glue, then arrange on paper. Could make a great geometry lesson.

q-tip snowflakes. Let the kids cut up the q-tips and dip in glue, then arrange on paper. Could make a great geometry lesson.

Onomatopoeia weather sounds - a great way to incorporate ideas about weather, nature, and the water cycle into your music class - pair this with the song "Rain, Rain" or "Frosty Weather" and you have a fun lesson - I'd say 2nd or 3rd grade. When I do "Rain, Rain" I take students through a rain storm created by different types of body percussion. Use snow music for onomatopia?

Onomatopoeia weather sounds - a great way to incorporate ideas about weather, nature, and the water cycle into your music class - pair this with the song "Rain, Rain" or "Frosty Weather" and you have a fun lesson - I'd say 2nd or 3rd grade. When I do "Rain, Rain" I take students through a rain storm created by different types of body percussion. Use snow music for onomatopia?