Everything is strange right now, so let me explain. Over the past two weeks we've been BUSY. We've worked long days to make a huge transition to remote learning and tried to transition the kids into homeschool and their new normal. In my everyday role, I'm a visual arts curriculum coordinator, which means I guide the curriculum development, support the teachers and just about all things art education. Leadership and communication are more important than ever right now, it'
Looking for something creative and fun to do with kids? Something that won't cost a lot of money either? Check out this "Techniques with Tatum" video as she shows you a fun and messy way to do some paper marbling, printmaking! Who doesn't like to make a mess on a Monday? Share your mess using #MustMakeMon Plus, if you want some other fun, creative things to do, check out the other videos that she has made and look for some of the newest ones! https://youtu.be/kSIUyg273ZE We h
Here they are............ just the first set, more to come. Template - Mixed Media Mash Up #1 Template - Mixed Media Mash Up #2 Template - Mixed Media Mash Up #3 Template - Observational Drawing Template - Imagination Drawing Template - Artist Research Template - Creative Plan Template- Design Thinking Template - Design Thinking Challenge Not all parents/students can print these. Consider alternatives, I wrote the blurb below to accompany the first template when sending out
We made it home from an amazing Celebration of Life for Matt's father! What a trip in addition to the emotional rollercoaster that grief creates, we had the additional stress of COVID-19 becoming a pandemic. So now that we are home we are working on pulling together activities for our three kids and to share with our teacher tribe. Please remember to credit all the Here's what we have so far........ Online Creativity for Younger Students Oliver Jeffers - Read aloud - 3 pm CS