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They picked their favorite book used a piece of cardstock folded to look like a book with a binding. They illustrated the cover, and wrote a brief summary on the back. We read some summaries on the back of some of the books in our class library and the students noticed that many of them ended in questions. We discussed how the questions left you wanting to read more to find out what happens in the book. add their photo & DONE!

Reading Bulletin Board: Take photos of your kids reading, have them create a cover for their favorite book and voilà an amazing classroom display! From Tupelo Honey: A Fun Bookworm Wall Display

Glue resist spider web.

Maybe for Charlote's Web (?) Water color crayon resist artwork, an Original watercolour painting by Kirsten Bailey, but could be adapted for a children's art activity. Great for a fall wall hanging or spider picture for the fridge!

6th Grade-Op Art Kids would like doing this. @DeMaris Henderson-Gaunt Henderson-Gaunt Henderson-Gaunt Cleland - thought of you!

Grade-Op Art Kids would like doing this. Henderson-Gaunt Henderson-Gaunt Henderson-Gaunt Henderson-Gaunt Cleland - thought of you! by carey

Boîte de mouchoirs transformés en monstres prêts à manger.... ce que vous voudrez

DIY Craft Halloween Decoration idea for kids - Tissue Box Monsters! Tisdue box, paint, egg carton for eyes. Perfect for preschool or kindergarten halloween party boxes!

draw face color with crayon outline sharpee liquid water color, straw, blow paint for hair object is to not get any paint on face.

DIY Cupcake Holders

Edvard Much "The Scream" Kids art project - draw face color with crayon outline sharpee liquid water color, straw, blow paint for hair object is to not get any paint on face.

Night Owls or creatures of the night

OWL MOON -- Winter Woods mixed media: Ages - Art Workshops for Libraries - reminds me of snow painting, but then + twigs and eyes, etc - cool for numerous reasons

autoportrait avec du chewing-gum fait à partir d'une boule de polystyrène - Self-Portraits Blowing Bubbles

Jenni Horne Studios: Musings From the Art Room Self portrait blowing bubble gum

Student name sculptures. :D

Middle School - Students design a different font type for each letter of their name. They color the letters to reflect their personality and then cut out letters from bristol board and then turn into sculpture.

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