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How to make popsicle turtles using three sticks and God's Eye Weaving Pattern

Weaving Cute Baby Turtles Using God's Eye Weaving Pattern

2nd grade's woven portrait turned out adorbs but SHEW! It took forever and a day. 4 weeks. And many STILL aren't finished.

2nd grade's woven portrait turned out adorbs but SHEW! It took forever and a day. 4 weeks. And many STILL aren't finished.

I found these beautiful paper plate circles via Fine Little Day .  Doesn't this look like a fun project?  The photos are from Fem Manual...

I found these beautiful paper plate circles via Fine Little Day . Doesn't this look like a fun project? The photos are from Fem Manual...

Art Lesson: Cup WeavingArt with Mrs. NguyenStudents will learn how to create a radial cup weaving using a paper cup and yarn! This package comes with teacher instructions, visuals, AND an instructional video!Project Materials:9oz Paper CupScissorsYarn (whichever colors youd like)Cup Template (included)Sharpie MarkerIf you are likely to come back for more art education products, consider investing in my 'Art with Ms.

Art Lesson: Cup Weaving

Art Lesson: Cup WeavingArt with Mrs. NguyenStudents will learn how to create a radial cup weaving using a paper cup and yarn! This package comes with teacher instructions, visuals, AND an instructional video!Project Materials:9oz Paper CupScissorsYarn (whichever colors youd like)Cup Template (included)Sharpie MarkerIf you are likely to come back for more art education products, consider investing in my 'Art with Ms.

Highland Park Elementary Upper Darby PA - Art Teacher: Lauren Love 2014 Elementary Art Show

Highland Park Elementary Upper Darby PA - Art Teacher: Lauren Love 2014 Elementary Art Show

Fourth Grade artists are continuing their architecture unit of study, but this time we are working on form.  Form is the element of design that describes three-dimensional objects, or things that have height, width and depth.  Students are building two-story houses out of cardboard, and trying to give their houses a sense of character.  Students LOVE working in three-dimensions!

Fourth Grade artists are continuing their architecture unit of study, but this time we are working on form. Form is the element of design that describes three-dimensional objects, or things that have height, width and depth. Students are building two-story houses out of cardboard, and trying to give their houses a sense of character. Students LOVE working in three-dimensions!

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