Salt Painting - This is such a cool project! I love that it only uses a few materials and it looks so fun!

Firework Salt Painting - Busy Mommy Media Salt Painting - This is such a cool project! I love that it only uses a few materials and it looks so fun!

Add leaves to baking soda and water, boil, and then use the skeleton for your crafting needs!

Simmer thick leaves in a baking soda mixture. It should leave behind the skeleton of the leaf which you can then lightly paint or dye. Or you could always just buy some skeleton leaves in craft shop;

I found this awesome pin on Pinterest! It looks like an art studio painted white canvases and made a beach theme, painting beautiful water and sand. The kids painted their feet with brown paint and stamped it in the sand…how cool for a summer keepsake! I can just imagine younger kids doing it and having baby …

Footprints in the Sand (Beach Canvas

It looks like an art studio painted white canvases and made a beach theme, painting beautiful water and sand. The kids painted their feet with brown paint and stamped it in the sand…how cool for a summer keepsake! I can just imagine younger kids doing it

Pop-Up House Party Invitation - Mr Printables

This is a party invitation but. What if we made it look like a gingerbread house? I'm thinking I found my Christmas card for this year! Free printable Pop-Up House Party Invitation.

Handprint Monkey Valentine Craft for Kids

Saying words that begin with W is a lot like making wind with your mouth. Students practice "w" sounds while being the wind, teacher photographs, students add leaves to complete "W is for Wind" project. Fine motor control building with collecting leaves, gluing, etc.

Teach Them To Fly: Saying words that begin with W is a lot like making wind with your mouth. Students practice "w" sounds while being the wind, teacher photographs, students add leaves to complete "W is for Wind" project.

Schatten

Trace the shadow of your sculpture - foil figure or another object with a clearly identifiable shape. Ask, "If I hold the light here, will the shadow move?" Explore how the shadow elongates and shortens as the light is moved.

KLASSENKUNST: Namensbilder basteln

Name art - patterning with scraps of paper

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