Transfer a Photo onto a Slab of Wood

Transfer a Photo onto a Slab of Wood: cover wood with gel medium; place paper picture-side down; firmly smooth out all bubbles; let dry overnight; gently rub wetted paper off; clean all paper residue off; cover with mod podge; let dry;

Diy tutorial for tiny bows.

Ridiculously tiny bows

How to BOW, Making a small bow using a fork. For slightly larger bow, use a large serving fork.heck, I may try to find a pitch fork so all my bows will be perfect instead of wonky!

Amazing DIY Ideas 1: DIY Crafts

Crochet Slippers-Amazing DIY Ideas DIY Crafts Rachel I want a pair for christmas!

Word work

Great way to teach reading - word family eggs. Great way to use leftover plastic Easter eggs.

A great directed drawing

Art Projects for Kids: New Pop Art Landscape Tutorial. Maybe have it drawn out and then let students draw/color to work on line, color, pattern, shape, ect

portraits

Learn to draw basic prortions of the face for portraits of people. This is a lesson for beginners. Have kids do portrait first day of school. Teach this over the year . Do final portrait end of year.

FREE 2015-16 bright, whimsical school year calendar. Print in PDF as is or in PowerPoint to add text! From Light Bulbs and Laughter on TpT.

FREE AND bright, whimsical school year calendar. Print in PDF as is or in PowerPoint to add text! From Light Bulbs and Laughter on TpT.

Hands down, this is the best site ever for teaching your children different Art Techniques. 'that artist woman'

Picasso Style Portraits

paint_bag2

Paint bag writing tablet using tempera paint, a sturdy freezer ziploc bag, and a Q-tip. Be sure to using packing tape on the top to be double sure the paint stays in.

All about numbers/ next year

All about numbers (Mrs. P's Specialties!)

Number of the day ways to show a number Number practice poster-great to add to a morning routine. Can adjust for older students for large numbers using standard, expanded, and word sentence structures.

Fun Home Things: Tip of the Week--DIY Disposal Cleaner

Tip of the Week--DIY Disposal Cleaner

DIY Disposal Cleaner - ½ cup lemon juice & ½ cup baking soda Heat lemon juice in microwave for 30 seconds. Add baking soda slowly (it will bubble) and mix well. Turn on the disposal and pour down the.

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