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Cinco de Mayo | 5 Tips to Share Cultural Appreciation with your Students

Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner. Do you have any special projects or activities planned? Celebrating Cinco de Mayo in the art room can be a lot of... Learn More


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Alma Thomas: Painting a Rainbow

Here’s an activity that’s not only a perfect way to demonstrate brush control and paint mixing but get to know an amazing artist, Alma Thomas. I’ve used this technique many... Learn More


What to do in your Art Room in February

February is a wonderful time to take stock of what you have already accomplished in the art room and think about what you still want to focus on. The weather... Learn More


Chinese New Year 2022 | Year of the Tiger Art Project

Teaching students about cultures around the world can help bring them perspective and an expanded world-view. This bright and lively tiger art lesson also offers students an additional opportunity to... Learn More


The Gift of Consistency | Staying True to Your Art Program During the Holidays

No matter how much you adore celebrating the holidays at home, when it comes to teaching art, the holiday season can be downright chaotic. Don’t ban your glitter just yet.... Learn More


Book Suggestion and Project Pairing to Honor Native American Heritage Month

In the United States, the month of November marks a specific opportunity to pay tribute to the ancestry and acknowledge contributions of American Indians and Alaska Natives – Native American... Learn More


Your World Art Curriculum | How to Make a Student Passport

Designing an art curriculum is the ultimate goal of an art educator. By selecting or creating lesson plans that fit your students needs, you are creating not just a schematic... Learn More


Teaching an Art Unit from Japan

Traditional Japanese art has been enjoyed for centuries and would be almost impossible to capture in a single art unit. In fact, Japan may have been the most challenging country... Learn More


How to Make a Papel Picado | Mexican Folk Art

TRADITIONAL MEXICAN PAPEL PICADO Papel picado is a traditional Mexican craft that features colorful paper sheets with intricate cut-out details. It was made by stacking many sheets of paper and... Learn More

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