HOW TO RECYCLE MARKERS INTO WATERCOLOR PAINT - Hello Wonderful
Recycle markers into spray watercolor paint. What a fun recycled arts and craft activity for kids! #hellowonderful
BUBBLE ART WITH RECYCLED BOTTLES FOR KIDS - Hello Wonderful
Follow us on Instagram for more fun ideas for kids! Scroll down to watch the video below to see how to make this awesome Recycled Bottle Bubble Art With Kids. Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more fun videos A couple of summers ago, we made a cool DIY Recycled Bottle Bubble Blower and […]
A tribute to Sushi the betta fish. I had a pet betta fish named Sushi. I guess that's not the best name for a pet fish. But he was white and orange, so I thought Sushi would be a cute…
De-clutter and get organized to boost your efficiency in your home or at work. These awesome DIY ideas are incredibly cost-efficient as well. Most of the ideas take less time than you think to get yourself organized and into a clutter-free space. 1. Stack Mason Jars Hot glue together five ball mason jars as shown. Once dry tip on their side and use for spacious little cubbies for pens, pencils, staples, and other small items. 2. Binder Clips To De-Tangle Cords Clip binder clips to the side…
In the Art Room: First Grade Fish UPDATE!
An elementary art teacher blog with art projects and lessons, DIY projects and outfit photos as well as clothing I have made myself.
Watercolor Art Activity for Kids Inspired by How to Catch a Star
How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers is one of our favorite children’s books. We were inspired by the beautiful illustrations in the story to create this watercolor ocean and star art for kids! Follow our Children’s Book Activities Pinterest board! (This post contains affiliate links.) We are huge fans of children’s books by …
Ocean-Ready, Easy Egg Carton Oyster Craft for Kids!
Make an oyster craft out of egg cartons! In just minutes, you'll have the most adorable oyster model in the world!
Exploring Depth in the Depths with a Porthole Window
This project turned out so beautifully! My third graders were introduced to several new concepts with this 3 week project. Week One- Learn about tints and shades. Then students painted a large blue oval on the paper. They mixed white with the blue and painted inside the circle, each ring gets progressively lighter until you get to the center. Next add black to the blue and paint rings on the outside of the circle. Each ring getting darker until you hit the outside. Week Two- Learn about 5…
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