- Plastic Lids from juice or milk containers.
- Beads Beads Beads
- Cardboard Rolls (anything cylindrical and cuttable)
- Recycled One Sided Paper
- Film Canisters
(Children love to collect and love to contribute to school even more. Invite your child to collect the things your family tosses the most. Honestly if you have a lot of it we'll love to have it. We could play for hours with just bread bag tabs and tooth picks!)
The Language of Art
-By Ann Pelo
I Can Make a Rainbow
-By Marjorie Frank
Don't Move the Muffin Tins
- By Bev Bos
In the Spirit of the Studio
Artful Teaching. Integrating Arts into the Classroom.
Monthly Archives: September 2010
The past couple weeks we’ve been exploring colors. We’ve explored colors in the form of paint with brushes, sponges and our fingers, with paper, markers and tissue paper. First it was the color black mixed with white. Then it was blue … Continue reading
We mixed together the colors red and yellow. Check out what we found.
Check it out! We discovered that if you mix the color blue with the color yellow you can create the color green! How cool! Advertisements
It all started as a little puddle of black paint … The puddle grew and grew … and grew … And grew! It covered the table and our arms! We got messy and loved it! “Its … Continue reading
Sam from Blake Island, Max from Orcas Island and Eudora from Vashon Island met together in the studio today. After roaming around the room trying to find an activity, they decided to paint at the easle together. Max lifted his … Continue reading