So cute! Mix half Elmers glue and half shaving cream - it dries puffy like this. LOVE THIS IDEA!! MUST REMEMBER

Winter craft: mix equal parts shaving cream and Elmer's glue to make a snowman (it dries puffy! Decorate with construction paper, beads, glitter, or fabric.

So cute! Mix half Elmers glue and half shaving cream - it dries puffy like this. LOVE THIS IDEA!! MUST REMEMBER

Winter craft: mix equal parts shaving cream and Elmer's glue to make a snowman (it dries puffy! Decorate with construction paper, beads, glitter, or fabric.

Trace hands and feet and then fill in a self-portrait. First week of school!

Oodles of Art: Falling back in Space Portraits! Grade students trace hands and feet and then do the rest

Trace hands and feet and then fill in a self-portrait!

Oodles of Art: Falling back in Space Portraits! Grade students trace hands and feet and then do the rest

great first week project

Great first week project or class art auction idea

collaborative HAND ART project- Great for Back to School!

do on small plates for dot day Collaborative HAND ART project. Could be done with a classroom of students. Or make it a family project and have children collect one hand print design from each family member, then put them together for a family tree.

Reindeer Portraits- step by step drawing

Reindeer Portraits- step by step drawing. Do this with my my kiddos and prompt them to orally tell their reindeer story with a beginning middle and end. Then they write what their reindeers favourite thing about being a reindeer and helping Santa with.

Draw a Monster

How to Draw Monsters

Halloween math activity - could change it to practice addition.Dice Drawing Sheets: roll & draw a monster on your bookmark!

Paper bag owls in tree

Paper bag owls and hand wings - Just a picture but this would be cute for fall / a nocturnal animal study theme!

Blow paint monsters. Thin some tempera paint with water. Drop small amounts on paper - then use a straw to blow the paint across the page making "monster" shapes.

Blow paint monsters: Thin some tempera paint with water. Drop small amounts on paper, then use a straw to blow the paint across the page, making "monster" shapes. Add mouths and wiggly eyes.


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