Class art projects

Engage your students with fun and educational class art projects. Explore top ideas to inspire creativity and foster a love for art in your classroom.
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FUN End of the Year Art Projects

FUN End of the Year Art Projects- It's the end of the year-go out having FUN! I know how it goes at the end of the year-your tired, the kids are tired...EVERYONE is ready for summer break! Go out with a bang with these super fun end of the year art projects!

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Fun OP-Art Project for Kids!

Hey parents, this project will keep the kids busy for a while: You will need: A ruler, markers, a pencil and a piece of typing paper. Here is what you do, trace a shape on the typing paper using a …

Jacky Ramos