12 Art Lessons on YouTube Your Kiddos will Love! - Homeschool Hideout
Check out the 12 most thorough and exciting art lessons on YouTube for your budding artists. From sketching to acrylic paints, there's something for all!
How To Make Faux Stained Glass Using 2 Ingredients| The WHOot
You can make Faux Stained Glass with Acrylic Paint and Glue. It's inexpensive and looks just like the real thing. Watch the video tutorial now.
Kindergarten Texture Collages So Exciting To Rub The Foil And See
Kindergarten Texture Collages So Exciting To Rub The Foil And See images ideas from All About Kindergarten 9282.
Penny Spinners - Toy Tops that Kids Can Make! - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
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How to Draw a Lighthouse · Art Projects for Kids
Here’s how to draw a lighthouse on an island, step by step, with plenty of room to add some ships in the surrounding water.
How to Marble Paper Using Shaving Cream (FUN Craft Idea!) - Hip2Save
Looking for a fun and unique craft idea for both kids and adults?Try marbling paper using shaving cream and food coloring! It’s a really fun technique we just tried and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it as well!
How to Draw the Pyramids · Art Projects for Kids
Follow this step by step tutorial to learn how to draw the pyramids in their natural surroundings, hot sun, sand, shadows and all.
4th grade Clay flower Bowls
An oldie but goodie. There is an obvious reason why this is such a popular art project in the elementary art world. It is one of those projects that is always really successful and the end...
Learn to Draw a Sailing Boat
Kids can learn to draw a sailing boat with this step by step printable tutorial. Of course you can change the way you decorate the sails...
Why Your Lesson Plans May Not Be Working | Teacher Off Duty
5 questions teachers too often forget to ask themselves while planning that can increase engagement and improve classroom management.
The Garden as Classroom
I love gardening and gardens and have wanted to share that joy with my kids from the beginning. When Cathy James of NurtureStore first wrote an eBook on gardening with kids a couple of years ago, I liked it so much that I introduced her to my publisher. Now there's a wonderful physical book that I can hold in my hands and flip through for ideas and inspiration and I like it even more. (Plus it's been updated and added to!) It's called The Garden Classroom :: Hands on Activities in Math…