Bit of Art

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Bit of Art
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Here's an Art Activity that can be done for Valentine's Day or any day! It's also a great bird identification study! You'll get patterns for 8 of the most common birds in the US: Cardinal, Mockingbird, Bluebird, Chickadee, Blue Jay, Robin, Gold
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Awaken your students curiosity and do a bit of art by doing a bird study. Begin by making bird feeders for your classroom or send them home with each student. Then ask your students to watch for activity at the bird feeder and record their
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Awaken your students curiosity and do a bit of art by doing a bird study. Begin by making bird feeders for your classroom or send them home with each student. Then ask your students to watch for activity at the bird feeder and record their
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Ready for a bit of art? Here's a super easy Valentine you can make for your students or use for a fun student craft! Each puppy pocket measures 14in x 11in. Each puppy holds a decorated standard-sized envelope that's ready for filling with treats or
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Here's an easy and creative way to cover several Common Core Standards while reading Goldilocks and the Three Bears. All it takes is a bit of art! Simply print off the characters, settings and objects. Included are the 3 Bears, Goldilocks, a Table,
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Looking for a Bit of Art for Valentine's Day? Here's one that also helps your students identify cardinals. What could be cuter than a row of cardinals to celebrate Valentine's Day? This craft can be copied onto colored construction paper or onto
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I taught kindergarten and 1st grade for several years in the public school system. Then I changed over to art and have been teaching art for 20 years. I've also been a Cub Scout leader, Sunday School teacher, and a Keepers of the Faith leader. No matter what position I took, art always became a part of it. Children are naturally creative and art is a exciting avenue to learning almost anything. I am blessed to have been able to share art with so many children.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe that a bit of art can enhance other subjects whether it's reading, writing, math, science or social studies. Because art causes us to engage with our hands and our imagination; topics become more memorable, interesting and fun. If learning is fun, then learning continues, and isn't that the ultimate goal?!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I don't have a shelf of trophies, but I have been blessed to teach hundreds of children. When they tell me that I've made a positive difference in their life; well, nothing could be sweeter! Investing in children is never a waste of time and is it's own reward.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have B.S. in Early Childhood Education. Since, I have taken several Art courses in drawing, painting and various crafts. I'm constantly learning about new ways to be creative around the house and yard.

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