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Month: October 2019

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Thankful, a Thanksgiving Art Project for Kids to do in your Classroom

Thanksgiving is a great time to create some Autumn themed work that reflects our thankfulness for things that we appreciate in our lives and the harvest that has been collected from the summer. This Thanksgiving, get out a piece of paper or your sketchbook and get ready to create some Thanksgiving art either in your home or in the classroom.

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Teacher T-Shirts & Art Teacher Apparel at Ms Artastic’s Collection

Teacher shirts are fun to wear to school for many different reasons: they can have empowering messages that are classroom related, they can share your favorite interests, and they allow you to wear a T-Shirt to your classroom. Ms Artastic’s Collection is the perfect place to get your teacher shirts and art teacher shirts to wear to your classroom to show off your flavor or positive affirmations.

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Vampire Art Project Tutorial

Create a Vampire art piece with your students this Halloween! Explore oil resist painting and create a fun design when things get spooky! Perfect activity to do in the days leading up to Halloween or to leave with a sub.

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Halloween Art Project, FREE Tutorial Download

This Halloween Line Art Project is a great art project to do with kids as it teaches them mixed media processes and the Element of Art: Line.

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Autumn Pumpkin Art Project Tutorial

This autumn pumpkin art project is a perfect project to teach your students to blend oil pastel and how to layer mediums. This art project uses both oil pastels and watercolor paints. Perfect to teach to your students or print this page and leave it for a sub.

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Autumn Leaves Line Art Tutorial & FREE DOWNLOAD

I love when the leaves change and they begin to change into those warm, beautiful colors. This is a great opportunity to teach your students about both Autumn and the Element of Art: Line using this FREE Art Tutorial. Click here or scroll to the bottom of the page to download the printable tutorial; great to use yourself or leave for a sub!

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