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Collaborative Art

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Mini Master Murals 2

When you want to make your own version of some famous masterpieces, but just have a door or small wall to spare, try this mini mural collection. You can enjoy the work of Van Gogh, Henri Matisse and Gustav Klimt. Just print, color and tape together for a quick and easy mini mural that finishes in no time. Especially if everyone works together.

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Van Gogh Sunflower Mural

Make a mural to commemorate the work of Vincent Van Gogh, and his famous sunflower paintings. Just print, color and tape together for a quick and easy mural that finishes in no time. Especially if everyone works together.

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Everyone deserves a perfect world!

Find parts of your perfect world on Indulgy, keep them for yourself, and share to others.

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Artwork published by K1027

Check out K1027's artwork on Artsonia, the largest student art museum on the web. Don't forget to join the fan club and leave a comment on the website.

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Framed/Canvas Artwork Class Project Ideas

Mission Basilica School is a Catholic Parochial school with single grade classrooms from Two-Year-Olds through Eighth Graders. A Blue Ribbon school for academic excellence, we are steeped in a rich heritage begun over 200 years ago by Saint Junipero Serra.

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Crafts,Actvities and Worksheets for Preschool,Toddler and Kindergarten

Crafts,Actvities and Worksheets for Preschool,Toddler and Kindergarten.Free printables and activity pages for free.Lots of worksheets and coloring pages..

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Collaborative Watercolor Painting

This was an interesting project to watch as it came together. Kindergarten completed large watercolor resist art pieces. I painted the big black lines and they filled in. I didn't give them specific instructions as to how I wanted them to fill these in, that was left up to them. I wanted to see how they went about the process themselves. All they were told is that they would use crayon to add details and watercolor to fill space with color. You could really see who the take charge personalities were, right away giving instructions...maybe future teachers? Some groups had a discussion before starting to make an agreement on the steps and then still other groups that dove right in and started coloring without discussion. These were the most interesting to watch, most of the groups realized before too long there had to be some boundaries, and then some groups argued a bit. As hard as it was, I didn't intervene. I wanted to see what there problem solving skills were. Almost all groups came to some kind of agreement somewhere along the way, with only a few pouters, I think pretty successful overall. I liked that there were those who chose to work alone, and some decided to work in pairs or groups. However they all completed them, I think they will brighten and cheer up our hallways!

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Floating on to ___ grade!! End of the year project!

IF you are like me, you are looking for FUN, yet simple projects for the end of the school year!! I got this idea from this fabulous blog ca...

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