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All About Me Kaleidoscope- 5th/6th
Imagene Mallory, Victory Elementary Finding a beginning of the year project can be a daunting task sometimes. However, I have had great success with a particular project that I have used for years. As an art teacher, it is very hard to learn over (More)
Classroom Card Games
Post by Bill Tippit When you say “card game”, one can expect to conjure images of poker players huddled around a smoky table crouched over cards with various suits and numbers printed in the traditional red and black. There is .however, a modern t (More)
Greetings from Douglass Park Elementary by Mandy Herrera
I just wanted to share a bit of what we have been up to. First we have a picture of a project I did with my fifth grade students.  I find it important to work with a ruler as much as possible.  I am trying to build a good foundation for student wo (More)
Pete the Cat Visits the Art Room
Post by Laura Ragan Almost anyone these days that has a kid in elementary school can tell you about Pete the Cat. He’s a lovable little blue guy that goes around doing silly stuff and singing silly songs. A lot of the stories even take place in sc (More)
Spirograph!
Posted by Bill Tippit Greetings fellow teachers and parents, Remember when we were just wee lads or lasses, there were so many toys that helped foster the creative spirit that exists in each of us. The illuminated Light Bright, the majestic Ere (More)
An invasion of mystifying monsters, foul fiends and ghastly ghouls!
Martin Burke October 2013 Just in time for Halloween, my students were tasked with not only showing me their understanding of the illusionary space creating techniqu (More)
Distributive Property Art
By Eric Baur Well it’s the end of the year and the students have been focusing on passing the SOL test. To prepare for the test the Encore team of Art, Music, Guidance, and P.E. were told to stop classes and instead go into different classrooms an (More)
Hoping for SNOW!
Blog post by Megan Varnell       Here at Westhaven we’re all hoping for snow, so we’ve (More)

6 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Thanks so much for participating!

    I’ve never blogged before so I’m on a learning curve!

    Will be glad to hear from you!

  2. This is great and TEACH Academy was awesome. I am ready for the new school year to start.

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