- 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: November 2010
The watertable had yellow and orange beads floating in it. With the scoops added the watertable turned into a giant soup pot. We all became inspired to sit at the same table and enjoyed each others company and veggie soup!
A copious amount of styrofoam arrived in the studio one morning and it inspired us to create! Using lots of glue and a little patience Mystery Bay built towering sculptures, short sculptures and long sculptures. We also inspired the rest of our … Continue reading
These circular cities are a 100% donated materials. Cardboard, old aviation maps, tubes, left over marker lids and even the paint! This is a great example of how the studio is inspired by the things you bring in! Come in and … Continue reading
Giant tin cans were found on Craigslist and an eager parent thought we could rock that donation with all of our hearts. Its true, we did rock that donation with all of our hearts. Check out what came of those amazing tins … Continue reading
When I Am Among the Trees ~ Mary Oliver ~ When I am among the trees, especially the willows and the honey locust, equally the beech, the oaks and the pines, they give off such hints of gladness, I would … Continue reading