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11 Teacher-Approved Crafts for School
The student will successfully print a patterned composition appropriated from a blind contour line drawing. Two portions of drawing will be transferred to and etched into a printing plate made from insulation sheathing.
Functionality meets creativity with this cool craft! Create this fun chore chart for the kids in your home or classroom to keep everyone on track in a fun way. Magnets and dry erase markers make this a great visual tool for the kids and can be easily customized to fit your needs.
The student will develop painting skills working with large and small pastels on a previously painted or printed background. This is a fantastic oil pastel art lesson plan.
You have arrived at your trade show destination. Now what? Trade shows generally have an education day which is usually the day before the trade show opens so you hopefully found some classes or presentations you wanted to attend.
Jane Drynan has a degree in elementary education with a minor in art. For fourteen years she and her husband, Ron, owned and operated an art studio, where they offered a complete teaching program in oils, acrylics, watercolors, and miniatures.
Create the look of stained glass on anything! Just follow this Look of Stained Glass Video from Terri O and learn all about this fun and interesting technique. Soon you'll be making your own stained glass designs.
Meet celebrity indie craft guru Marisa Pawelko. Armed with a formal education in furniture design, Marisa used her talents to design products for the gift, toy, fashion and accessories markets before turning her focus to the craft industry.
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