December 31, 2020
December 30, 2020
Faber Castell Gel Crayons Review
December 29, 2020
What are you working on?
December 26, 2020
Question for You
Anyone used these before?? They seemed "dry" to me, but the color blended out well. My sweet 11 yrs old daughter got them for me for Christmas.
December 20, 2020
Sunday Devotional With Mr. E: Not Alone
Artists are often portrayed as loners, outsiders, or not fitting into mainstream society. Though some artists may desire to be left to their own devices, it is more the exception than the rule. I would say most creatives desire to feel connected and that they are not alone. Artist communities, co-ops, and organizations provide opportunities for those involved in creative pursuits. They give a since of belonging while facilitating feedback, resources, inspiration, and often offering outlets to share one's work. Though some will forgo "formal" groups , they will still seek out connection so
December 16, 2020
December 15, 2020
Crayola Gel Pen: Product Review
December 14, 2020
Crayola Take Note! Supply Review
December 10, 2020
Testing Out Crayola Washable Color Glue
December 09, 2020
December 06, 2020
Sunday Devotional With Mr.E: Get The Word Out!
December 04, 2020
My Favorite Collaborative Winter Bulletin Board
December 03, 2020
Un-Snow People Behavior
I thought these works were turning out so cute! Unfortunately we won’t be able to have our finish up day because we’ve gone virtual again.
December 02, 2020
November 30, 2020
November 29, 2020
Sunday Devotional With Mr.E: Not A Day
November 23, 2020
Snow People: Kindergarten
We started the year virtually, and continued through the end of the first nine weeks. I'm not sure how many others school years have gone this way, but it definitely changed things. I feel like I've been starting from scratch the six weeks we've been back. I've not seen the "finishing" that I'm use to from my students. Just now am I seeing the work I'm use to at the start of the school year.
My kindergarten students created snowpeople last week, and I was truly excited to see the progress they've made. Kindergarten is my favorite grade level to teach. They grow by leaps and bounds!!
Check out their super fun pictures!!