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diy-no-holes-kid-artwork-hanging 3M hooks + plastic wire + eye hooks The kindergarten teachers at the girls' school did this. Each child has a clothespin with his or her name on it. No staples to remove this year!

from The Art Teacher

Michangelo Lesson for Elementary Schoolers

Another way to integrate Art History into your lesson plans.  This project looks specifically at the paintings of the Sistine Chapel.  There is no need to get a close up picture for the students be...

Our version of the hands heart photo for the silent auction at our school's Art Night fundraiser. It was quite a task getting all of those kindergarteners to keep their hands in place and hold still for the picture, and while it's not totally perfect, and we ended up with a few little heads in there, it still looked great, and the kids loved it. A local photo lab donated their services and printed it on a canvas for us. It ended up getting quite a few bids @ the silent auction on Art…

from The Art Teacher

Michangelo Lesson for Elementary Schoolers

Have students lay under their tables or desks and reach up to color or draw on paper taped on the bottom of their table/desk...great way to sneak in shoulder and wrist strengthening!

I have been saving foaming soap pump containers and finally found something awesome to do with them while enjoying some Process Art! Kids can cover their paper with tons of colorful bubbles (no straw required so there is no worry about drinking bubbles). Then sit back and watch the magic happen as the bubbles dry …

from The Artful Parent

5 Story Stones Ideas - Storytelling with Rocks - Artful Parent

Story Stones Ideas - 5 Ways to Make and Use Story Stones with Kids

Painting with Bubbles: Soap Pump Bubble Painting for Kids-An awesome way to paint with bubbles without using a straw.

Students are given instructions to provide 3 different perspectives of the same snowman.... Their drawings collaged make a really striking picture! I wonder if I could do this with my 6 children: each of them draw their own perspective of say, the manger scene...or star...or some portion of the Christmas story. Collage it for a Christmas card!

from Joy in the Home

10 Artist Charlotte Mason Would Want Your Kids to Know

10 Artist Charlotte Mason Would Want Your Kids to Know www.teachersofgoodthings.com