Color Mixing on Coffee Filters- Primary colors are one of the first art concepts I like to introduce young kids to in art. First, because they are a basic building block for for understanding how to make all kinds of things. And second, because mixing colors is kind of magical. Color mixing on coffee filters is a fun introduction to what happens when those primary colors mix together!
More and more I’ve been drawn to colorful embroidered pieces, especially when it pops on a black sweater like this one. http://www.thriftsandthreads.com/cozy-embroidery/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Thrifts%20and%20Threads&utm_content=Cozy%20Embroidery
Did you binge watch Stranger Things in one day like I did? Do you crave waffles more than ever? Now you can proudly hang your hopeless devotion to Stranger Things with this inspired glass ornament! I hand paint each individual ornament (frosted/opaque glass ball, 4 diameter) so the design and color may vary ever so slightly from the pictures. Ribbon color/style may also vary depending on availability. PERSONALIZING: Include your personalizing request in the notes section during checkout if…
This is pretty similar to the method I use! An additional idea is to take color coded index cards to write scripture on to keep with you - after all, he prowls around like a lion so good idea to stay prepared!! --Where was this when I bought my new scriptures??? One simple method on color coding scriptures
This Ugly Sweater Party Christmas plotting points picture worksheet would be the perfect activity for my Middle School Math students right before Winter break. I love doing activities like this with my High School Algebra & Math students as well. I'm going to let them color them and then use them as classroom Christmas decorations! This will be a great way to get some coordinate graphing practice while still getting ready for Winter Break.