Irma Bakker
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Juf Jaydee: Handen met patronen

E did this in class, but instead of random designs, students listened to 6 different musical beats ad drew lines to match what they heard.

Amy Korshak Manata‎ art teacher

Amy Korshak Manata‎ art teacher would be a good project in conjunction with O'Keeffe and abstract art

Make this versatile and colorful craft with your little one! 1) Use crayons to color different spots of bright colors on some paper. 2) Color over the area with a black crayon. 3) Cut out a shape. 4) Use the popsicle stick to scratch out the black and reveal the colors underneath. 5) You can also attach the paper shapes to a popsicle stick and encourage your child to tell a story using them as puppets. (Or simply hang as decorations.)

Use crayons to color different spots of bright colors on some paper. Color over the area with a black crayon. Cut out a shape. Use the popsicle stick to scratch out the black and reveal the colors underneath. or hang