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Easel activities

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Painting on foil--add dish soap to paint to help it stick. This would be a new idea in my classroom. I would embellish the project by having my students take portions of the foil and engrave designs on them, or rub textures onto the surface. That would make something interesting. Perhaps there is a Christmas project in there somewhere.

Painting on foil is an easy process art activity kids will love! Foil painting is a shiny, shimmery, awesome alternative to painting on paper!

10 Fantastic ways to play with an easel.  Some really great ideas here!

J received an easel this past Christmas. I knew it would be something that we could use every day for years! Easels can be so versatile and so much fun for kids. Like many children his age, J doesn’t sit for very long. He is much more likely to be engaged if he is standing […]

Using colored sticker dots for collaborative, creative process art-awesome for fine motor development!

Making the rounds in social networking has been this wonderful post titled, "This is What Happens when you Give Thousands of Stickers to Thousands of Kids." from Colossal. This post shares the wonderful artwork called, "The Obliteration Room." If you haven't taken a look at their sticker dot covered white room

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I know from my Facebook question a few weeks ago that many (many!) of you are preschool and Kindergarten teachers. While I am loving being home with my own little ones right now, I still

How to Start Doing Kid Activities! - HAPPY TODDLER PLAYTIME

Here is a complete guide to help you start doing activities with your kids! Including the supplies you'll need and activities to do once you get set up!

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This activity is a simple way to get outside and explore sensory / water play in a new way! Pour pom-poms of all colours and sizes in a large bin and fill it with water. There are so many ways to play and learn with this activity: -Match the pom poms by size or talk about what is small, medium, large -Sort by colour and talk about different shades of colours -Count how many of each colour there are -Build fine motor skills by scooping, pouring and mixing #sensoryplay #finemotorplay
I'm limited on space in my classroom, and had the idea to use the WALL as my art easel. Besides for the paint cups, no extra space needed! You probably already have the materials for this in your classroom!
Looking for ideas to entertain your children during the Corona Virus lockdown?  We appreciate how difficult it is keeping kids busy so to help we have made a selection of Pipity Activities into a format that should work with your printers at home. There are how to make videos with some of the activities, which makes it easier for the kids to do these independently. PLEASE SHARE this with anyone who might be interested. Thank you.  Kate x  #Pipity #HomeSchoolActivities #ArtProjects #KidsArt
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