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Art at Becker Middle School: Picasso pop cans update!

Art at Becker Middle School: Picasso pop cans update!

2-D and 3-D Circles and Concentric Circles. Individual and collaborative fun.

art & ideas that grow: Rhythmic Rings - great recycling project - cardboard tubes, marker tops, plastic lids, etc.

recycled magazine frame

Recycled art: cereal box, water bottle, acrylic paint. Cut the water bottle in half. Cut 5 vertical strips in each half of the bottle. Force the petals open by pressing your finger into the bend. Spray paint the bottle then paint acrylic decorations on your flowers. Paint the plain side of the cereal box with the background. Staple the petals of the flowers onto the cereal box background. The kids loved this project!

26 Steps to Creating A Bottle Cap Installation

Very cute idea starter for recycling project Charlotte's Clips

Art Bait: Dale Chihuly Pop Bottle Sculpture in Detail

This could be a good way to use up the random leftover bottle caps. "Mrs. Goff's Pre-K Tales: Our Art Show Was Today!"

Magazine Baskets...These will be great for Earth Day in April!

  • Candis Scholl-Christopher

    i tried this with 5th graders, most lost interest when it became complicated, but everyone who sees mine on my desk loves it.

Crayon Castles...use up those old and broken crayons!

Bottle top art, toilet paper tubes

Mrs. Jahnig's Art Room: Paper tube sculptures! Art club!