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Make a kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope craft for kids- this is so cool! ArredissimA/ (Cool Art For Kids)

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Bleeding Tissue Paper Art - "Painting” with tissue paper is not only fun but beautiful! This craft requires bleeding art tissue paper not regular wrapping tissue paper (found in craft stores).

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13 Magnifiques bricolages à faire avec les enfants pour souligner les belles couleurs de l'été!

Lustige Frisuren mit Wasserfarbe und Strohhalmen

Draw bald head/face w Sharpie. The paint along the top of the head w watercolor paint. Then using a straw, blow the water/paint away from the face.

Beautiful kids crafts. Create the trunks then lay out the colors for each one, then the kids can go to work. You can do a different color scheme for all the seasons

Beautiful kids crafts and project. Create the trunks in peace and lay out the colours for each one, then the kids can go to work, and you can add the finshing touches (like owls etc) when they are fast asleep! A family masterpiece

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smART Class: Floating on to ___ grade! End of the year project. Would be great for exploring circles or as an extension to a bubble exploration. Also, chalk on black paper can be its own exploration using both dry chalk and chalk dipped in liquid starch.

Use clothespins to hold string for string printing! (Jackson Pollock)

We have used string for painting many times but never thought of use a clothes pin to hold it. Jackson Pollock Art Use clothespins to hold string for string printing! Art with Mrs.

Write Leader on one circle. Could make 2 or more pairs.  Can also paint a board game, colored squares. Teachers can adapt to their "cards"/questions.  Paint different mazes for kids to "walk" through

Write Leader on one circle. Could make 2 or more pairs. Can also paint a board game, colored squares. Teachers can adapt to their "cards"/questions. Paint different mazes for kids to "walk" through