I thought I would share these gorgeous robots my grade twos created using recycled cardboard and junky stuff they collected from home. I saw this idea on one of the many fabulous art blogs I check out but I can’t remember … Continue reading
There are certain units in art class that take on a life of their own and just GROW! My Cave art unit turned out even better than I had anticipated and grew into a Pre-K – Grade 5 theme due to the … Continue reading
Summer is here and before you all head off to the beaches, hiking trails, travel destinations or your own backyard to spend time with family and friends, I want you to read this letter I wrote for you (and all art teachers everywhere).
As a teacher, Admin and creativity/wellness coach, I know that appreciation goes a long way yet teachers rarely hear the magical two word of a simple THANK YOU from parents, Admin, fellow co-workers and even students.
I know what you do. I know what you go through. I know how you feel. I also know that you don’t do all that you do to get recognised or awarded. You do it because you love teaching art and your students and this is what keeps you going.
Thank you lovely art teacher for all that you have done and will do next school year. You are amazing!
Please share this love note, pin it, Instagram it or whatever you use for social media because you just never know who might really be needing to read this today.
PS: Need a self-care reset? Join the challenge that’s starts tomorrow. It’s FREE and awesome! Join HERE.
Back by popular demand and with perfect timing now that school is out or almost out, join the 5 day self-care reset challenge because it’s fun, all about YOU, a wonderful chance to give yourself some TLC and a great way to … Continue reading
Hey gorgeous- you did it! Welcome to DAY FIVE of the Art Lessons for Kids 5 day #SelfCareChallenge! If you signed up, check your inbox for today’s activity, daily truth card, green smoothie recipe and buddha bowl idea and remember to leave … Continue reading