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    fingerprint about yourself - poetry unit possibility

    Website where students can upload photos of themselves and fill it with words about themselves and their interests! I think this would be great for a poetry unit.

    altered puzzle art - for a class project emphasizing all parts becoming part of the whole - everyone is valued

    Would love to do this on Day 1. Ink pad, white paper, writing tool and a photocopier. "Let every student make a fingerprint on white paper. Next, blow up their fingerprints using the photocopier (8×10 or larger). Then, Have your kids write words and phrases about themselves along the lines and whorls of their fingerprints, and sign."

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    Creating Blackout Poetry. What a great idea for reading, writing poetry, and artistic expression.

    Thumbprint Self-Portrait | TeachKidsArt Kids made this based on their real thumbprint. Then fill it in with a narrative about themselves!

    Kid's Personalized Thumbprint Portrait.

    Cool beginning of the year project.

    Standing at the Edge of the Water, by Helena Wurzel | 20x200

    Journal Art

    4 Ways to Express Who You Are – Art Journal Activities for Kids and Adults « Imagination Soup | Fun Learning and Play Activities for Kids imaginationsoup.n...


    Fingerprint "Self-portraits" - scan and enlarge fingerprints, then students write descriptive paragraph over fingerprint design using transparent paper. Can use color or black-and-white.

    Found poetry + art

    Fingerprint art - class project. Wouldn't this be awesome for a classroom group project for silent auction or teacher gift?

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    tutorial for Great background paper for art journals

    #Art #Therapy Students read the story "The Dot" by Peter Reynolds. It is a story about believing in yourself and believing in your Artwork. They then created an image starting with only "one dot" on their paper. They could create their down into whatever they wanted, and should just let their intuition guide them. The students used no pencil. They started right away with permanent markers since there could be no "mistakes" in this project. Repinned by