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Classroom Community with ART!

Want a great EASY art project that builds classroom community?! Look no further!! With literally 3 steps, this easy canvas print is a fantastic inspirational addition for years to come.  Here’s how it works: 1.  We brainstormed to come up with one word to be the motto for our class.  We each came up with…

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Onomatopoeia Projects

Love our onomatopoeia projects! #honkoinkmoo #soundwords #onomatopoeia #iteach4 #iteachtoo A photo posted by Amber Nicole (@sssteaching) on Oct 30, 2015 at 3:29pm PDT We have started working on our figurative language because we dive deep into poetry starting in December.  With only 3 weeks in December I try to cover some ideas of onomatopoeia, similes,…

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An Infamous Birthday Boy…Read Across America

Gosh, what a sale! I’m up early to print and work on all my goodies and this THRILLS ME! Please tell me I’m not the only one out there! I’m so jealous of all the awesome blog designs and I do love mine, but I’m thinking of renaming(ish) the blog and want to match! My…

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Double the Experiments, Double the Fun

So we’ve been really busy and working away all week.  What you ask have we been doing?  Well here is a couple project we’ve been working on:Rubber Cement Resists– so easy (!) and super hands-on.  You could do so many things with them! Art projects GALORE! Now they are not the most fancy pieces of…

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Currently and an “Awesome” Project!

Camp started today- Yay!  Love being around kiddos again!!!! So one of our groups started out by reading “The Awesome Book” by Dallas Clayton! It is fantastic and talks all about dreams and how big children should dream. It truly is AWESOME! I seriously plan on giving it as a baby shower gift in the…

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Art Project!

Well until camp starts, I’ve had some down time so I thought I’d show you one of the projects I’ve been working on! I actually accomplished something I pinned-which is pretty cool!!! The inspiration came from this pin: (Click the pic to head to the tutorial) So I’ve never really been a painter, but I’m…

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