This is what I teach my kindergartener's their first week in art. The cap is the hat that keeps the ink in. If we take it off, it dries up. If we snap it on and wait for the "click" sound, we will have a happy marker! If we have happy markers, we have happy artists!
Remember how last week I posted My Bullet Journal Setup for August and included my goals for this month? One of them was to complete a 30 Day Challenge. Completing 30 day challenges has always been difficult to me, but you need them to form new habits! | Bullet Journal | Lettering | Zen Art | Zentangle Art | 30 Day Challenges | Drawing | Art | Doodle | Calligraphy | Handwriting |
Art is a big deal in our homeschool. Between art appreciation, art classes, and art for fun, my kids are used to having great art supplies available for their projects. Today we’re looking at their must-have supplies for homeschool art. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) We’ve experimented with[Read more]
Early Finisher Task Board . I can add different options of course and add standards under each one. Check out my ideas for workstations at www.adorndaily.com/blog or just follow my "Art Ed : Workstation board"! All teachers will find something they could use!
Jasmine double exposure! Almost done editing some paintings (Disney ones too) right now, once I'm done will put them up on society6 as prints and on RedBubble, where you can buy mugs, notebooks, stickers with my art on it! Yay - Next is PeterPan, but it won't be a double exposure..! #princessjasmine #aladdin #disney