Category: Art Teacher Tips

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Clay Art Project Organization

Clay Art Project Organization with Cart & Totes Here are some tips and tricks to help you with clay art project organization in the elementary

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Art Curriculum Planning Idea

  So… How’s Your Art Curriculum Planning Coming Along? Do you feel like your lessons just happen in random order? Do students ever ask, “Why

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Melting Crayons in Silcone Molds

    Melting Crayons   Be careful, melting crayons can be addictive!  You might find yourself buying crayons on sale, just so you can melt

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