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I do not like cats...but elementary kids never stop talking about their cats! They would love this!
Monet bridge: The class painted a background with impressionistic paint adding a bridge and base of card and tissue paper, stretched and attached to the edges. Causing the background to curve
The pin says Klimt, but I think it's a bit more Dr. Seuss. Like it either way.(like a Dr. Seuss tree)
Etsy; Striped Chameleons Print 12" x 12" / täältä löytyy ihania kuvia, tämäkin toimisi paperileiketyönä niin hienosti...
I like this one! and it combines a gecko and dragonfly
Craft project for science theme of camouflage and for Arthur study - Eric Carl's book the Mixed-up Chameleon by Tippytoe Crafts. Recommended by Charlotte's Clips
Splish Splash Splatter: Recycled Art This would be a great project to tie in with an ecology lesson about recycling & the impact of human garbage on our seas
Kindergarten Line Windsock. Watercolor Resist painting, streamer lines
Very Cool! I bet students love that lesson!
what type of paper do you use ?
Just regular drawing paper. As long as it can stand up to being painted on any paper will work.
Fine Lines: Peacocks Galore!! Liquid water color on coffee filters.
I love Keith Haring- this is a wonderful project! With just metallic pens and foam core. What a great idea!
Pascal from "Tangled" cameleons! I want to do this myself... if the kids don't love this I give up!
LOVE!!! This is such a cute idea and girls, who love Rapunzel, and boys, who love critters, will love this!! Great road trip activity, but either make them first or get out the tape or glue stick....no liquid glue in the car!! (Unless you are WAY braver than I!) :) Visit www.theeducational tourist.com!