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A peek into our day...What fun we had in math today. We have been studying growing patterns and when I found these cute little snowflake counters I knew how we were going to practice! Each table group was responsible for creating a growing pattern using their snowflake counters. Then they had to record their pattern using addition sentences. The kids worked so well together and tackled some tough problems!
Several months ago I discovered the surprising (to me!) fact that you can actually PRINT ON POST-IT NOTES using your own home printer. Recently I ran across a similar, but MUCH SIMPLER method for printing personalized messages on post-its, and I couldn’t wait to try (and share) the idea again . Kelly at Studio DIY used this method to print out a cute “Happy Anniversary” greeting .
www.KINDERART.com Printer-Friendly Page DAYDREAMING WITH CHAGALL Written by : Julie Moses [Julie is a homeschooling art teacher who runs Miss Julie's Art School in La Quinta, CA.] Grade : K-6
Image by Fábio Biff via Flickr *Note, small glitch, if you tried to purchase my Andy Warhol PDF lesson this morning of 2/26/10, the transaction was stopped by PayLoadz b/c the number of downloads exceeded my account level for this month. My PayLoadz acct. is now upgraded and all future transactions will go through, no problem.
www.KINDERART.com Printer-Friendly Page POP ART ICE CREAM PAINTINGS Written by : Madeline Buonagurio [Madeline is an art educator at Jefferson, Roosevelt and Washington Elementary Schools in North Arlington, NJ.] Grade : 4-6
w e l c o m e to Every Saturday and Wednesday in June I will post a new and exciting kid craft that can be done with materials around the house in less then 30 minutes! kid c.r.a.f.t. #6: Crazy Circles materials: plain white paper, crayons 1: make 5 random dots on paper 2: begin zig zagging around dots with crayon 3: continue zig zags until page is covered
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