It's Art Day!: Monet's Pond. A great project even for students with fine motor challenges and other special learning needs. Get all the directions at: http://itisartday.blogspot.com/2015/02/kindergarten-reflection-collage.html

It's Art Day!: Monet's Pond. A great project even for students with fine motor challenges and other special learning needs. Get all the directions at: http://itisartday.blogspot.com/2015/02/kindergarten-reflection-collage.html

Such a clever pre-k or kindergarten fine-motor art project and craft!  Straw Weaving -- weaving craft - DIY jewelry for kids - Mother's Day gift idea tutorial

Soda Straw Weaving Tutorial

Such a clever pre-k or kindergarten fine-motor art project and craft! Straw Weaving -- weaving craft - DIY jewelry for kids - Mother's Day gift idea tutorial

Love the look of watercolor paints and flowers?  Here's a gorgeous and easy kids art project to turn paper plates into hypercolorful paper plate flowers.  Easy and beautiful.

Hyper Colorful Painted Paper Plate Flowers!

Love the look of watercolor paints and flowers? Here's a gorgeous and easy kids art project to turn paper plates into hypercolorful paper plate flowers. Easy and beautiful.

Awesome kindergarten art projects. So helpful for art docents. Tons of doable ideas.

Kindergarten Rocks - 25 Art Projects for 5 Year Olds

Cute turtles make testing days much more fun.I love these little turtles so much and so do my kindergartners.  This may just be the Night of the Arts project for kindergarten next year.  This lesson took three days.  On the first, we mixed green paint and painted the paper plate.  During the next class, we printed circles and traced the legs and head.  We drew the eyes with oil pastel, cut out the pieces, and glued it all together using glue sponges during the last class.

Cute turtles make testing days much more fun.I love these little turtles so much and so do my kindergartners. This may just be the Night of the Arts project for kindergarten next year. This lesson took three days. On the first, we mixed green paint and painted the paper plate. During the next class, we printed circles and traced the legs and head. We drew the eyes with oil pastel, cut out the pieces, and glued it all together using glue sponges during the last class.

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