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Craft Spotlight: Fingerpaint Flower

Big, bold and bright, Fingerpaint Flowers are the perfect art activity to paint out in the spring air! The best part about fingerpainting outside is that it adds another dimension of sensory development: not only are students using fingerpaints to stimulate finger movement, but the warmth of the sunlight will warm up the paint and the… View more

Personalized Art Totes!

Store your art materials in personalized art totes! Make one for yourself (the ever-patient and longstanding art teacher) or invite your students to make one for you. The project is pretty simple and quick so students will love the opportunity to make more! Age: 3+ Duration: 5-10 minutes You’ll Need: • Assorted rubbing plates: R5841… View more

Colored Rice Stencil Shapes

Earlier this week, we posted a Craft Spotlight post on Colored Rice. Today we’ll show you how to use Colored Rice with our various stencil shapes to make decorative shapes for your classroom wall! Age: 4+ Duration: 15-20 minutes You’ll Need: • R2114 Colored Rice • R5522 Child’s First Stencil Set • Construction paper /… View more

Craft Spotlight: Colored Rice

R2114 Colored Rice doesn’t work just as a collage material. It produces artwork that can be used in sensory activities! Non-toxic and easy to use. Check out more below! A basic way to use Colored Rice is to first draw a basic image onto construction paper. Construction paper holds up best against glue, which is… View more

Crayon Shaving Stained Glass Paper

Last year, one of our most popular crafts used a technique with shaved crayon bits to make authentic-looking stained glass images. Try it out for yourself! The stained glass effect can be applied to any of our black-frame designs.  Age: 5+ (Adult Supervision Required) Duration: 20-30 minutes You’ll Need: • R52087 Tropical Fish Stained Glass Frames / R52070… View more