Find me a kid who doesn't like drawing funny and zany doodle faces. Now slap them on something unexpected and surprising like skyscrapers, throw
Bite-sized foods. Itty bitty kitties. Mini horses! I think it's safe to say that people are obsessed with small things. And big things, too.
I love science as much as I love art. Chemistry was a favorite subject in high school. So when I became an art teacher, I set out to integrate
"BAM!" This onomatopoeia pop art project is by far one of my favorite 5th grade art lessons. It might be because I like to pepper my teaching
Henri Matisse began his art career as a painter. And for many years, he dazzled the world with beautiful painted compositions of fruit, flowers,
For 15 years, I covered up my art room windows with fall leaves, winter snowflakes, and spring flowers. It always looked terribly amateur and
Mr. Brush has been a class mascot in my art room for a number of years. He's been a key motivator in getting my wild n' wacky kindergarteners to
Metal tooling, also called "repousse," is a type of low-relief sculpture in which tools are used to create a design on metal. This centuries old
Need a quick and simple one-day art project for the last days in December or January? This is my favorite go-to kindergarten snowflake art
Kindergarten is all about learning through exploration. It's a time to build on a child's natural curiosity in their ever-expanding world.