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Art Shelf Ideas

Art Shelf Ideas

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The perfect playdough recipe in yummy fall scents and colors. **MAJOR TRICK** Boil water in kettle, place all ingredients in Kitichen Aid, mix on low speed until desired consistency! No stirring involved! Love it!

Fall Playdough Recipe ~ Learn Play Imagine

DIY make mini paint palettes to take along. A nice idea if trying to include watercolors as the little crayola type dehydrated trays make for the most horrid painting experience.

Mini Watercolor Paint Palette

30 Fall Playdough Recipes ~~~~~ #playdough #play #kidsactivites #fall #preschool

30+ Fall Playdough Recipes & TGIF

More than 20 Fall Play Dough recipes and activities

Fall Play Dough Activities for Fun and Learning

Elverta Atrium - baptism collage work

Super soft lemon playdough recipe that lasts for many months

Playdough Recipe {Lemon} ~ Learn Play Imagine

Montessori Art Activities for 2 Years - self contained art activities to rotate. From the blog How we Montessori - lots of different ideas.

Art Activities to Rotate (at Two Years) - how we montessori

Rose & Chocolate Playdough (",)

Chocolate Play dough for sculpting near Valentine's day

Fall dough- pumpkin pie spice, cinnamon or cocoa, lemon, ginger or apple

Tutorial for Japanese book-binding...perhaps for a Level 2 or 3 atrium as children make personal scripture books or prayer books

Bookbinding 101: Japanese Four-Hole Binding | Design*Sponge

My Handbound Books - Bookbinding Blog: Practicing Coptic Endbands

Wonderfully zingy orange and lemon play dough!

Lovely invitation to play with 'natural' play dough (",)

recycled table-top easel tutorial!

A 2010 newsletter from Michael Olaf which provides a nice overview of art activities in a Montessori environment by the planes of development.

ART & MONTESSORI, Newsletter #2, January 2010, from Michael Olaf

Here is a blog about possible Montessori art activities in Level 2 atrium (elementary room).

Idea for a writing center that might free up atrium space in a small atrium.

Idea for organizing response materials - orderly and beautiful

Paint pages, make it easy to say “yes” to painting, take them when you travel, hikes or picnics!  All you need is some  watercolor paper and small squirt of watercolor paint (don't need much water color paint goes a long way plus it won't stain clothes, pretty much washes out of most everything). allow a few days to dry. Then when you are ready to paint just add water.

organize student supplies for art in clear cups with magnets "buttons" attached to the bottom and set into muffin tin. This would be awesome using an old muffin tin that you spray paint a FUN color!!!

Maple Leaf Roses

:) Starbucks cups used as paintbrush holders.

pencil holders

A cross made from craft foam and foil

10 Religious Crafty Ideas