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25+ Collaborative Art Projects for Kids (Perfect for the classroom, playdates, and to do together as a family!)

from Things to Share and Remember

Shape Fire Trucks

Shape Fire Truck

from Etsy

Instant Download - Digital Collage - Vintage Maps - 40 piece collection

My Neighborhood Map: Having the children used various art materials to create a map of their neighborhood is a fun way to have them reflect on their neighborhood and what they see in it. At the end of the activity the makes can all be place together to help the children build a sense of community. HSS 5: Construct and descript simple maps of their immediate neighborhood.

A class "custom creation" for the school auction- I want to do this idea with an art nouveau twist!

Dealing with school supplies on the first day of school...this lady leaves a paper grocery bag with each child's name at their desk so when they come in the first day they can put all supplies in the bag and the teacher can set them all aside until after school to sort through them. This will really free up my morning and it will be less chaotic!

Here’s a chalk drawing I just finished a little bit ago- Sam with a pride flag. I drew this as kind of a celebration of how accepting Jack and our community is of all people. I’ve seen Jack’s posts on Tumblr about how he will advocate for the LGBT+ community and it made me feel proud to be a fan of his and proud to be a part of this community. I hope you guys like it. If you repost, please give me credit (Charlotte P.F.)

looking for a house project with K..this is fun

from ScienceDaily

Kindness key to happiness and acceptance for children

EARTH DAY ~ Every Day ~ Earth needs us to Awaken ~ As we, the Collective increase Our Light ~ we increase Hers ~ Be the Light ~ Teach the Children

Individual "dots"...glued to frame like in the story. This will be a great follow up to the cut paper collage we just did about the dot, or might be a save for next year...hmmm...