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Make your own powdered paint for just one dollar! There are so many ways to use this homemade paint powder in arts, crafts, play recipes, and sensory play! (click photo for lots of ideas)

Homemade Powder Paint Recipe ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

Spooky Victorian Architecture done around Halloween. We learned about Edward Hopper's House by the Railroad painting and used it as our inspiration. Drawing with silver sharpie on black paper. We then cut it out carefully, and glued to an eerie (photo) scrapbook paper background of their choice.

michele made me: Nest? Basket? I Do Not Know...

michele made me: Nest? Basket? I Do Not Know...

Fluffy Stuff (2 boxes cornstarch and 1 can shaving cream; color if desired) -- moldable. Haven't seen this before.

shaving cream and cornstarch

This homemade clay recipe only takes two ingredients and 10 minutes! Oh, and it is so much cheaper than the store bought model magic!!

Clay Recipe ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

Marshmallow Catapult ~ These would be so fun to create during force and motion lessons!

Random Scraps: Marshmallow Catapult
  • Kathy Alkire

    Dana...I think you and Nash could have fun with a couple of these :D

each student paints a popsicle stick and they are arranged to make a bigger piece of art. IT'S YOUR STORY: Tell It! Journey (Variation on a story quilt)

Live, Love, Teach: This is it...

Make Journals - for Art of Being Awesome

Making Journals - Art Bar

art projects kids nature | The Golden Gleam: Take Art Outside {Outdoor Play Party}

The Golden Gleam: Take Art Outside {Outdoor Play Party}

This website is so awesome and will be very helpful in the classroom one day. This activity, done with gummy worms, allows for the children to observe what they see after an overnight experiment. Also on the website, there is different types of art projects that all ages can do that relate to science!

Gummy worm science | Teach Preschool