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Draw From a Fuzzy Idea

October 26, 2010 Teachnet Staff 0

Objective: The student will be able to view and draw an object from an unusual perspective. Resources: Teacher: opaque projector, flat three-dimensional objects to fit […]

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Making Storage Boxes

October 26, 2010 Teachnet Staff 0

Encourage students to be a little more organized by using recycled boxes or cans in this art project. A little creativity is in order in guiding students in assembling materials into a storage unit. Nearly any student will benefit from this fun process of creating, then organizing.

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I Made It Myself: Creating Custom T-Shirts

October 26, 2010 Teachnet Staff 0

Creating custom t-shirts with your students is a rewarding experience and a great way to wrap up the year. Take the opportunity to say something special about each student or commemorate the “graduation” from your grade level. Maybe your class had a theme or a project that they were very involved in throughout the year – these can also work towards great designs. Whether each student creates a unique shirt or you decide on a universal pattern for the group, you’re assured an afternoon of fun and a group of satisfied artists when it’s all over.

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Creepy-Crawly Spider Bracelets

October 25, 2010 Teachnet Staff 0

Creepy crawly bracelets constructed of paper, fasteners, staples, some white crayon and glue and a couple of little wiggly eyes. An easy Halloween craft for the little ones.

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Recycling: A Guide to Making Paper

October 25, 2010 Teachnet Staff 0

There are a variety of uses for “homemade” paper. Use a paper recycling project as a way to promote awareness for recycling and landfill use. Recycled papers can also be used for wonderful crafts – everything from book covers to decorative pins.Whatever the lesson you use recycled paper for, check out the ideas here from the Teachnet.Com T2T forum for uses you may not have considered before and some great links.

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Play Dough Options: Do-it-yourself Recipes for Kids

October 25, 2010 Teachnet Staff 1

Hey, kids love this stuff! There are so many different kinds of play dough recipes available, we felt that we should share some of each. Play dough is always more fun when you make it yourself. Whether you need to make it now or will use it in the Fall, hang on to all of the recipes compiled here. Try different methods for coloring your dough, as well as adding lemon or orange oil to give it a more fragrant smell – unless of course you’re making the edible dough. Cook it, knead it, freeze it, color it, dry it, paint it, you get the idea. Most of all, have fun and be as creative as you can!