Try this!

We love this easy classroom project idea we spotted on Pinterest! All you need is: Plain paper Black Sharpe Straw (ask in your school cafeteria) Watercolor paints Have the kids do this in steps: 1. Draw a face on the paper with sharpie. 2. Take watercolors and paint basic lines for hair with a nice wet brush. 3. Now the straw comes in. Blow the watercolor with all your might 4. Admire your work!

It’s All In How You See it.

Cardboard is probably one of the highest produced recyclable materials that comes to school campuses in the form of delivery boxes. We see these boxes anoither way, as saw materials to use in a number of creative ways. Cardboard letters and initials are perfect for student learning and artistic ownership. Try using your cardboard scraps in this fun way. You’ll be glad you did.


Are you done with your boxes? Games missing pieces? Don’t cast them off! Reuse them! We love boxes for so many reuse possibilities that card great for no pun intended, out-of-the-box thinking. In their original state boxes like these make great structural works or cut into pieces they can become just about anything else! The sky is the limit when it comes to creative possibilities.