Art Activities for the classroom that are easy and actually affordable...

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  1. May Turner

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    I feel like I am constantly looking for some type of art activity for my students to do. I need something affordable and hassle-free, and I think I've finally found it!

    Inspyr Arts ED

    The website above is a subscription-based streaming site that has tons of art videos. I've been scrolling through their video options for 20 minutes straight. They have "Artist Videos" that mention art history, but then they also have various categories of other art activities. (Everything from anime to holiday activities.) It reminds me of Crunchy Roll or Netflix. I am so excited to try it! Has anyone else heard of this nifty site?
     
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  3. Master Pre-K

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    Lakeshore Learning Materials offers free kids and teachers workshops. Plenty of art and craft ideas and of course all the supplies are right there. And you get Professional Development hrs. for the class! I like to take the ideas and use my own supplies, or improvise with generic supplies that are a lot less $.

    The art museum offers workshops for children and teachers also.
     
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