natasha mastrippolito

natasha mastrippolito

natasha mastrippolito
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Five engineering challenges for kids – with wooden clothespins, binder clips, and craft sticks!  It’s a simple STEM activity that kids of all ages will love. Move over, expensive building sets!  These simple materials were a huge hit with my boys.  The first time we got them out, Owen (almost 7) spent well over an …

Five engineering challenges for kids – with wooden clothespins, binder clips, and craft sticks! It’s a simple STEM activity that kids of all ages will love. Move over, expensive building sets! These simple materials were a huge hit with my boys. The first time we got them out, Owen (almost 7) spent well over an …

simple perspective drawing... allow the kids to add whatever they like outside the tunnel... could be underwater, outer space, city, etc. Also could add another element.  Students must show gradation of color OR they need to show inspiration of another artist. So many possibilities!

simple perspective drawing... allow the kids to add whatever they like outside the tunnel... could be underwater, outer space, city, etc. Also could add another element. Students must show gradation of color OR they need to show inspiration of another artist. So many possibilities!

Glow Painting!  1. Carefully pop off the back of a Sharpie accents highlighter using a knife.  Yellow or green works best.  2.  Pull out the innards, and cut the plastic.  Be careful, it's messy!  3.  Put it in half a plastic cup of water.  4.  Turn on the blacklight, turn off the lights, and give those kids some white paper!

Glow Painting! 1. Carefully pop off the back of a Sharpie accents highlighter using a knife. Yellow or green works best. 2. Pull out the innards, and cut the plastic. Be careful, it's messy! 3. Put it in half a plastic cup of water. 4. Turn on the blacklight, turn off the lights, and give those kids some white paper!