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5th grade Gyotaku Prints on a Salted Watercolor Background with a Woven Border

I’ve wanted to do this project ever since I saw it in another art teacher’s end of year art show at McKinney ISD‘s Central Office. 727 more words



5th Grade Haven’s teacher, Trevor Szafranski, encourages students to follow their passion. Students are given time to work on and develop a product that will enhance the world. 102 more words

Educational Technology


Students often ask me where I get ideas for projects. My answer: everywhere. I find ideas on Pinterest, in books, from blogs, at conferences, and even from my memory as an elementary art student. 94 more words


Correction of the second written test

Group A


I Geographic terms

  1. There are three hills around Dimitrovgrad: Kozarica, Mrtvina and Neshkovo.
  2. Asia is the largest continent.
  3. I live in a small country, called Serbia.
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5th Grade

The 2015-2016 A-B-Cs of A-R-T!

Teaching elementary school art is tough work, especially at 40 weeks pregnant! Despite my efforts to stay in the game as long as possible, I eventually had to concede to the restrictions of my growing belly and hand off the duties of StudioMaury to some highly qualified and valued Maury community members (more on their awesomeness below) for the remainder of the school year as I prepared both mentally and physically for the arrival of Baby Morgan (Jeff’s last name–not the name of the baby). 2,747 more words

All Grade Update

Neon Letters

To wrap up the school year I wanted to do a project that would be personal and fun for the kiddos.

We began by sketching a letter on a 12×18 piece of white paper. 233 more words

Art Education

Science News May 23rd- 27th- Millions of Cicadas

Eastern states prepare for six weeks of the cicada

By Associated Press, adapted by Newsela staff


COLUMBUS, Ohio — The noisy bugs are coming! The bugs are called cicadas. 384 more words

3rd Grade