Designate a spot in the classroom where each child can hang the art they create. It'd need to be down at their level, so they can clip it up and take it down themselves.
Inspiring Homeschool Rooms
We are gearing up to start our first year of homeschooling in just a few weeks. Our “before school starts” to do list is slowly but surely shrinking now that I’ve finally completed my planner and figured out our curriculum (post soon to come). The last thing on our to do list is creating our […]
De-Clutter Challenge: What to Do with Kids' Artwork
Are you drowning in children's artwork? Don't hold on to that stack of paper and supplies forever. Instead, photograph it and turn it into a handsome photographic art journal.
How To Photograph Children's Artwork
I'm not a big fan of paper clutter, but I want to preserve my children's artwork somehow. Taking pictures of artwork is a great solution - it's space-efficient, portable, and gives you options for displaying that artwork later.
Storytelling 101 - Modern Parents Messy Kids
This is little Zee, 21 months old, wearing his paper cat ears and clutching a paper tail during one of our paper tear-and-tell sessions. Are you guys any good at making up stories for your kids? As much as I’d love to weave intricate tales for my little ones, I just don’t seem to have …
5 Minute Art Display | True Aim
This inexpensive kid’s art display took me 5 minutes to install! Materials: cup/eye hooks, picture hanging wire (I used 25lb), mini binder clips, your kid’s masterpiece. (For a stronger hold use picture hangers instead of hooks) How to: If you are a perfectionist, use a level to mark where your hooks need to go (I skipped that). […]