Andre Krige
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Wind chimes made from old cookie cutters, beads, buttons, keys & spoons . {i think i might even add some chimes from those dollar stores within these sun catchers wind chimes. Fun children' project as well}

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Firecracker flags are easy-to-make decorations for the of July. If we have the boys walk the parade, we could do a Johnny Appleseed theme or have the boys dress in their dress blues with this hanging from a stick over their shoulder blowing in the wind.

Making crafts with boys. Easy craft projects to use for boy scout camps and for…

Upcycle cans into Star Wars lanterns - fun for a Star Wars themed party, or just as a scouting project, etc.: Upcycle cans into Star Wars lanterns - fun for a Star Wars themed party, or just as a scouting project, etc.

3D Spinning hot air balloon craft for kids using paper and a toilet paper roll! This art project is great for Spring or Summer time | CraftyMorning.com

Spinning hot air balloon craft for kids using paper and a toilet paper roll! This art project is great for Spring or Summer time.

I am so thankful for all that has been given to me. I realize that unanswered prayers are not unheard. If they are meant to be part of your plan that God has for you, then they will be.

Thank you GOD for everything I have in my life I'l so grateful and thankful for everything he has have gave me so many miracles and I have faith in him with all my heart 🙏🏻🙌🏻❤️

Art is Awesome!: Meet Me in the Middle - 5th Grade Self-Portraits

Excellent exercise for building confidence and general portrait practice (Example is that of children in grade)

Beginning a class or school year with this question would serve as a basis for teaching the specific students. Keeping this board up all year would also serve as a reminder to the importance of art. Also, allowing students to read what their peers have written might create critical thinking that they did not initially think of.

Beginning a class or school year with this question would serve as a basis for teaching the specific students. Keeping this board up all year would also serve as a reminder to the importance of art.