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Launching Your Creative Confidence Through Art Exploration!

  • Needle Felting is a great process for many ages.  I have needle felted with 5th grade and at home with my nieces when they were younger. I learned some serious teacher lessons the first time I bravely handed needles to my students.  Here are my......

  • I wish I had taken more photos when we were making these AwEsOmE Dragon Heads, but I did not! I was helping so much and learning how to make the armature more effective.  I will give advice after the next time around! We started with......

  • I love Miro so much! One of my all time favorites! These Miro inspired compositions were lots of fun to teach and my students LOVED them!  Part of the happiness with this project was the materials.  We used a heavy texture watercolor paper and some......

  • These are nothing more than tempera cakes on watercolor paper and black India ink.  We looked at some spooky illustrations and did a practice drawing.  Students could make anything, they could go Halloween, Day of the Dead or Fall Harvest.  They all really went their......

  • Camouflage can be in any colors!  And not just for hunters!  This is a great lesson to teach CONTRAST and lack of contrast. We were inspired by Jasper John’s and his camouflage numbers. I did give the students numbers to trace.  They were very thankful.......

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