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Catching Snowflakes - grade 3 As you may have noticed, my past few projects have been decidedly winter themed, but I can't help it - today it was close to minus 40 with the windchill! I feel like I am just completely surrounded by winter and cold and snow right now, and it's definitely affecting my choice of art projects. I originally saw this idea as a collage on artsonia but decided to have my grade 3's do them with pastels instead, just to get them drawing and coloring. They began by drawing the face (with the little button nose on top) then drew the scarf and body. Following that, they added in more details, such as the mouth, the hair, and the sweater pattern. It just kills me how cute these are. Sun Catcher Afghan Square pattern by Julie Yeager This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download This pattern will be a free Ravelry download throughout the end of the year 2015 (December 31, 2015.) Feel free to link to this pattern for CALs, blog posts, etc. Like light shining through a stained-glass window, this afghan square will brighten your day. It is easy to stitch with only a few post stitches; most is single and double crochet. Thoroughly tested and clearly written, Sun Catcher Afghan Square can be crocheted by a beginner.

Owls, Foil, Glue, and Shoe Polish (original artwork by David, grade 5) Art Club, Grades 1-6 This is one of my all-time favorite projects. The technique has been around for years, and I've loved using it several times with my students. This time around, our art is of owls and leaves. We first planned our compositions, paying attention to all of the positive and negative spaces.

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Drawing puppy Click on the picture to get the printable version. Learn how to draw a puppy with simple step by step instructions: Mots-clefs : Animals, Baby animals, Dog, Pets Aerial View Snowmen Oct27 Second grade started their aerial view snowmen this week. Projects like this almost always showcase the kids different personalities. There are usually some very neat and tidy ones, some cute ones, some funny ones, and some that you might think are not going to be recognizable as snowmen but end up being the most creative and fun. Here is what we have so far: We started with a small 6×6 piece of paper for the background. 12 Ways To Join Granny Squares 12 Ways To Join Granny Squares These are the basic methods to join granny squares. SINGLE CROCHET JOIN METHOD [Photo and Tutorial Source: Repeat Crafter Me] This is one of the most popular joints among the granny square. It leaves a ridge separating each square and gives the blanket texture and dimension.

Paper Plate Ship's Porthole There have been many versions of this classic paper plate craft. This paper plate porthole has a different version as well, called the paper plate aquarium. When I created this particular project several years ago, I wanted it to look like your were peering through a ship’s porthole. This was originally published on Kaboose, then that site sold to Spoonful and it didn’t transfer for one reason or another. So I’m putting it up here because it’s one of my favorites!

The month of October is always a lot of fun in my classroom, and I just wanted to share some of our very favourite activities across different subjects. Math: "If you can't beat them, join them" ... so last year I resisted to urge to battle the candy in the classroom rule the day after Halloween ... instead, we put those candy wrappers to good use. :) I asked students to empty their lunches (and pockets) of all their Halloween treats and we made a tally chart showing all the treats brought to school that day (a little shocking, but made for some great data). Once we had completed our class tally chart, I let the students work in pairs to represent the data in three way - a chart, a graph of their choice, and show the mean and median. So much fun, and it kept them focused through the sugar rush.

Squarehead Teachers My friend, Rachel, recently helped coordinate this mind-blowing art project at her school: It incorporates so much good stuff into one project! Collaboration, color wheel discussion, self-portrait and drawing principles, and the list goes on. Aussie Pumpkin Patch: Ladybird Art Author: Kendra I don't really consider myself an artistically inclined person, but I know how much my kids love doing art projects. So I'm trying to make a huge effort to do art with them more often. I've actually purchased an art curriculum to use, but it's not officially here yet.. How to Make Pompom Rug Now we can say we are true fans of rugs. The is going to be a nice collection of them on Handimania soon. First there was a Hula Hoop T-shirt Rug, which was an easy and fun craft for kids to make.

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