Monthly Archives: March 2011

BUNNY ANTICS

These bunnies appear ready to get on with the Easter egg distribution, or are they dancing?  The patterns include a bunny face with features and one set of check-print arms and body. The other face is blank to be drawn … Continue reading

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HE SO LOVED THE WORLD

The colored tissue paper gives this project almost a stained glass look.  I used two colors of blue and two colors of green for the sample, but other combinations of tissue could be used.  Then the background color would be … Continue reading

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EASTER–THE EMPTY TOMB

The empty tomb—He is risen!!   This project has a boulder, which is  attached  to the tomb with a paper fastener.  The boulder can be left closed before Easter and then opened at Easter to revel the empty tomb with the message, “He is not here; … Continue reading

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WHAT YOU SEE

The object of this project is to impress on the kids the necessity to “draw what you see…not what you know,” when copying a print or photo.  One example I give the kids is, “You know that the animal has two … Continue reading

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LENTEN CROSS

The Lenten season reminds us of the extreme suffering that Jesus offered up for our sins.  This art project is meant to help us focus on this season of preparation for Easter.  I saw some clip art that gave me … Continue reading

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