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Group art projects

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We are off and running at Zamo! As usual, I am starting the school year off with a collaborative project that is low stress and high impac...

We are off and running at Zamo! As usual, I am starting the school year off with a collaborative project that is low stress and high impac...

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Help your students in worry group personify their worries by making a worry monster with watercolors and a deep breathing exercise! Students will learn two helpful strategies to manage worries in small group counseling or individual counseling.

Help your students in worry group personify their worries by making a worry monster with watercolors and a deep breathing exercise! Students will learn two helpful strategies to manage worries in small group counseling or individual counseling.

These collaborative art projects for kids and parents are the perfect way to enjoy time with your kids.  We've got everything from murals to drawing games. All these activities are easy to prepare and don't need special supplies. Click through to get inspired. It's time to get creative!

In my mind one of the best ways to connect with children is to be creative with them. Somehow making art creates a relaxed atmosphere that encourages great conversation. Here's six collaborative art projects for you to enjoy with your children. It's time to get creative. Have fun!

Exploring life and art through the lens of my faith. Art journaling transforms our words and thoughts into images.

Exploring life and art through the lens of my faith. Art journaling transforms our words and thoughts into images.

Corner Tree Design

All art students created a leaf on the first day of school. Each leaf was added to our classroom tree collage. Throughout the day my bare tree trunk transformed into a bright and colorful piece of collaborative art.