- 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: January 2012
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Through play I’m learning how to be a part of this world. Sometimes I build and other times I destroy. Sometimes I create abstractly and other times I create with an idea in mind. Sometimes I play together and other … Continue reading
When I asked parts of our community this question these were the responses. I found their reflections truly telling of who we are as a school, how we think of our families and what is special to us. I make … Continue reading