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Fun End of Year Activities for Middle School

Hi there 🙂 Congratulations…you’ve nearly reached the end of another school year! Let’s celebrate the achievements of our upper elementary and middle school students with some fun end-of-year activities.(My activities are suitable for Upper Elementary and Middle Schoolers) Teachers, students, and parents experience beginnings and endings together every year at school. It’s ok for everyone to […]

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May Art Activities for Grades 3 to 7

Hello, I’m Diane. Thanks for popping by! In this blog post, let’s explore some fun May art activities for Grades 3-7. May has exciting celebrations and global events that offer your students many cultural and creative learning opportunities. To help you make the most of these events, I’ve put together a ‘May Around the World’ […]

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April Art Activities for Grades 3 to 7

Upper elementary and middle school teachers, homeschoolers, and parents. Give kids a break from screens and get creative with these print-and-go, imaginative April art activities! Art helps kids to express their views, and celebrate their uniqueness. It also offers many benefits for their physical and emotional development, from improving fine motor skills to fostering concentration […]

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March Art Activities for Upper Elementary

Encourage your students to explore their creative side this spring with these fun, low-prep March art activities. Calling all upper elementary teachers, homeschoolers, and parents! Are you looking for engaging art projects to keep your kids entertained this March? Look no further 🙂 These high-interest art printables also provide a brain break and an escape […]

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Thanksgiving Art and Writing Activities for the Classroom

I love to create imaginative Thanksgiving art and writing activities, to help students celebrate the richness of Fall and Thanksgiving in the classroom or at home. This time of year is perfect for exploring color, shape, abstract patterns, poetry and metaphor! Here are some of my popular Thanksgiving art and writing activities, perfect for busy […]

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First Week Back To School Ideas and Activities

First week back to school ideas and activities are great for soothing anxious students and teachers. Icebreakers do just that – they break the ice! How do we build a strong classroom community for the year ahead? We’ve gathered some fun facts, exploring what back to school looks like, in different countries around the world. […]

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St. Patrick’s Day Activities FREE Printable

Help kids celebrate this festival on March 17th, wherever you live in the world, with these St. Patrick’s Day Activities, FREE Printable coloring pages. St. Patrick’s Day is such a great opportunity to explore Ireland’s rich history and culture. Finding a creative pathway into a lesson or activity will always help to engage kids and […]

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These Easy Doodles For Kids Are Such Fun!

These easy doodle ideas keep kids of all ages engaged. You can experiment with these simple ideas in the classroom or at home. Doodling helps us to relax our minds, engages our imagination, and takes us away from screens for a while. Kids love to experiment, and play with colors and patterns. The outcome isn’t […]

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Back To School Art Projects That Kids Can Relate To!

The first week back to school is the perfect time to introduce some imaginative, ‘all about me’ activities to engage tweens and teens. They love current and cool themes that reflect their interests – modern tech, gadgets, sport, fashion, street art. That’s my key aim – creating resources that do just that!

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Why is Art Important in our Classrooms?

Art is a fantastic vehicle for learning, communicating feelings and exploring outside of the box thinking. I’m a great believer in the positive power of art on our mental wellbeing. Perhaps many of us feel more comfortable or free to express ourselves in a deeper way via hands on creativity rather than just using words?

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