Crafting With The Kiddos


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Crafting With The Kiddos

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Amazing Elementary Art Teacher's blog.

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Melting Beads.....these would make fun christmas ornaments for the kids to make!

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    Karen Godfrey

    Love this!

salt dough

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Recycle old CDs: Free printable clock faces to mod podge onto old CDs

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melted bead suncatchers - single layer of pony beads in metal pan, bake 400 for 20 min. or so, cool and pop out of pan

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BOOGERS!!!

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DIY Bouncy Balls. I am sooooo doing this with Ash and Josh!

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Jean Can Cozy! With a handy snack pocket! =)

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the girls loved this! although i'm sure they're the same as commercial chalk, they seemed to last waaay longer

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Homemade Valentine Fortune Cookie

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super cute, maybe next weekend!

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Teacher gift - totally doing this at the end of the school year! Great cheap idea to show your appreciation.

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dollar store pencils, hot glue and a tin can. this would add some sunshine to my paper-filled desk area!

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doing this!

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Make a candle in a vintage teacup. Scour garage sales for cheap but interesting tea cups. Start with a wick, melted old candle ends, and a little scented oil, such as lemongrass or grapefruit.

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DIY

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Rainbow crayon hearts.

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