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Made with a paper cone and yarn. Dip the yarn in Elmer's glue and while it's wet wrap it around the cone. Let it dry completely and then remove it from the cone. Then decorate!

14 Christmas DIY Decor Ideas - A Little Craft In Your Day

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Winter Craft Ideas!

collaborative project fun for the book the dot?

shine brite zamorano: off to a hot start.

Snowman art

Tekenen en zo: winter

Snowman with tissue paper background

Artwork published by Maggie1207

snowmen collage this would be fun to do after viewing the snowman video that has just a song to tell the story

Learning in Spain: Christmas and getting ready for winter

Snowy Silhouettes

Apex Elementary Art: December 2011

"Stained Glass" winter scene made with contact paper and tissue paper

SHIVERY snow paint is easy to make and SO FUN! Kids can create snowmen and other works of art that dry puffy and are COLD to the touch.

Shivery Snow Paint Recipe ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

DIY Christmas ornament using paint - easy holiday craft for kids to do on their own!

Kids Craft: Fall leaf stained glass.

Cute picture idea


Must do for Christmas this year and every year!!

pencil eraser dot art

rolling pin art

Such a cute idea for Mother's Day.

I loved making crafts of the seasons with my students. They fit very well into our thematic units. This website has a lot of great craft ideas to make with Preschoolers.

color theory on aluminium foil

Art at Becker Middle School: Tin Foil Line Relief

the tricky totem pole project :: focus on artists stylizing a subject

Thomas Elementary Art: 4th Grade Totem Poles

Grade 1 but could be for younger tots sans bridge. Use: oil pastels for bridge, water colors in the background, sprinkle salt on wet paint, wait till dry and shake salt off

Art Rocks!: Grade 1: Monet Bridge

3rd graders created jellyfish using glue and added small touches of color while glue was still wet. After glue dried, areas of the jellyfish were filled in with oil pastel to resist the blue paint. Paint the water blue & sprinkle salt. To finish the picture the salt was brushed away and a wet cotton swab was used to remove some of the paint from the glued areas. The edges were torn to give the picture a ragged white edge then glued to a larger piece of blue paper.

Artwork published by Nakyra8

Self Portraits of Readers (Great art activity at the beginning of the year to help establish a reading "identity.")


doodles&noodles: Figurative Sculpture

scarecrows - texture and shape

For the Love of Art