While summer is great for student-led play and creativity, we know there are times when your kiddos get bored and come looking for a more structured activity to keep them entertained. Enter this...Read More »
Spring offers a wonderful opportunity for students to learn about bugs and to study them in their natural habitats! We absolutely love these colorful projects created by the second graders of Thomas...Read More »
Already thinking about the beginning of next school year? This Mason jar/firefly themed bulletin board is sure to create a bright spot in your classroom! The best part? Your students will do most of...Read More »
Original Mexican bark paintings were created using the bark from mulberry or fig trees. Flat pieces were collected, washed and boiled, then beaten with stone until the fibers fused together. Known...Read More »
Great Father's Day gift idea for your elementary students! Whether you teach kindergartners or fifth graders, this craft designed by Kathy Barbro of Art Projects for Kids is sure to please!...Read More »
Gail Bartel, of That Artist Woman blog, has shared a wonderful spring project for ages seven and up. If you’re an art teacher who has been attempting to find a way to bridge the gap between class...Read More »
Jacquelien of Kids Artists provides a Georgia O'Keeffe inspired flower painting to do with your fourth and fifth graders! This project will allow your students to learn about a famous artist (you...Read More »
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