35 Money-Saving DIYs For Teachers On A Budget. These are actually really good ideas!
35 Money-Saving DIYs For Teachers On A Budget
Art therapy intervention: bag self portrait. Have the child or teen create a self portrait on the outside of how they feel they present to the world. On the inside, the client can do another portrait of what they hide from others, or fill the bag w/ objects that they feel define them or are important to them.
Great for strengthening UE. Working against gravity. Tape a coloring work sheet under a desk or hard surface and make them use non dominant hand to stabilize the coloring sheet. Participate with the child In a coloring race. It will for sure make your arms tired!!!! I did this at my level II rotation under a therapy mat! The kid loved it and very tiring!!!
Paint like Michelangelo! What a great idea!
Snail- fall leaf art
cardboard sculptures, by layering carboard strips of different lengths, and then adding acrylic paint designs to the top. Love these, they were very fun to make too. We passed the colors around the table adding more layers of color and design, saving black for last.
CRAYON RESIST ART What You Need: •Crayons •Paper •Black tempera paint (watered down) •Paint brush What You Do: 1.Draw a design or picture with crayons. Light colors work the best. 2.Make sure to press hard with the crayons so they show up under the paint. 3.When you finish your drawing, lightly brush black paint over the picture. 4.The areas of crayon will resist the black paint.
I want to make one now! These are so eye catching! "This is a classic crayon resist project, concentrating on using lighter color values and heavy wax lines. The end result is very effective!"
10 Ways to Make Your Own Paint
Paint canvas with the colors you want then dip in water, how cool
painting driftwood love the colors
How to make paper flowers - pretty sunflowers
All you have to do it get watercolor paper. Then sketch your drawing,outline your sketch in Elmer's glue then paint it with water colors!
Wow - a lot to digest. The graphic designer part of me appreciates where this info came from because the best color info always comes from graphic design world! :) For edited versions of color meanings be sure to check out my Colorgraphically Speaking minigraphics. Maybe a lil easier to digest and easier to use.
The psychology of color - Good for painting your home.