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Recycled Faces- children's workshops 059. Re-pinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk on "Teaching about the Incas." Here are more examples of masks made in the classroom. Learn about an Inca fiesta where reenactments are performed by masked dancers.

Make 2 or 3 simple contour drawings of bird bodies. Students use drawings for shape. Pipe cleaners on inside with buttons.

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Custom Mandala Room Divider made from 35 Painted Vinyl Records - Bohemian Home Decor - Tribal Inspired Geometry

mandala room divider

Popsicle stick magnets - so cool! - I would make the kids do designs on the sticks, then arrange them so they make modern graphic art pieces glued to something.

3/4 grade Picasso. Must do! Back to school night self-portraits but a twist from last year

Cardboard fish (use corregated cardboard pieces in storage). Thread with yarn, stamp bubbles with thimbles and glue and glitter. End of the year project - maybe a multi-day piece.

Kid's Popsicle Art- would be a cool way to make a piece of art! Have students decorate thier own Popsicle stick for beginning of year activity

"Crushed Can Kitties" Cats made out of crushed beer cans on wood. created by Tracey Ann Finley

Forage for sticks and then wrap with embroidery floss, add bells and beads and hang...Fairy Bells...perfect for those backyard fairies. Little hands love it and get great fine motor work as well!