Elena Krasnoperova One of the most important things we can do for our kids as teachers and parents is to encourage their creativity and artistic self-expression. The 3 P’s: paper, pencils and paints remain our tried-and-true tools.
Ms Maggie Mo's Australian Aboriginal hand project: spray hand with thinned white or black tempera, student paints dots with sticks. I showed 1988 Nat Geo Aborigine video of Gagadju Aborigines blowing paint from mouths over hands
Everyone gets a square with a quarter circle, this is the end result- could be a good ice breaker beginning of year activity. Each student decorates the square and includes their name. Nice way to decorate the bulletin boards in the beginning of the year!
This gingerbread man (or woman) is ready to serve as a blank page for your creativity, or use this little guy or gal as a template for crafts or cooking! The Big Birthday Calendar Book Large print adult coloring books Related
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