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Collaborative Art

Engage and collaborate with others through exciting and interactive art projects. Discover top ideas to inspire creativity and create meaningful connections through collaborative art.
In the Art Room: School-Wide Collaborative Series, Our School has Heart, Part II and A Giveaway! | Cassie Stephens | Bloglovin’ Collaborative Art Projects For Kids, Collaborative Mural, Class Art Projects, School Projects, Diy Projects, Group Projects, Project Ideas, Art Auction Projects, Auction Ideas

Hi, kidz! Welcome to the second installment of postings from my school-wide collaborative series (btw, I've decided "school-wide collaborative" is just too much work for my mouth. Hence forth, it wil

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Each student was given one page to color with either crayons or colored pencils. They could use any colors or combinations that they wished. When they were all done, they cut out each Collaboration Square. The squares were put on a table and an attempt was made to group them with 3 others of similar colors and style. Not alway easy. The four matching squares were glued on various colors of construction paper. The completed pictures were hung in the hallway of the school for about a month. At…

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