March Monthly Arts and Crafts
Education Center, Incorporated, Sep 1, 2000 - Creative activities and seat work - 32 pages
With a book for every month of the school year, you can simplify your approach to arts and crafts! In each book you'll find a month's worth of fresh art activities to extend your curriculum. Crafts are conveniently grouped by seasonal and monthly themes so you'll always have the perfect art activity ready when you need it. This colorful arts-and-crafts collection is easy to use and a great companion to our best-selling monthly idea book series and our monthly reproducible book series. Some of the features you'll most enjoy include clear step-by-step instructions, convenient materials lists, reproducible patterns, a full-color illustration of each finished project, and a curriculum connection for every craft.
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2000 The Education Arts and Crafts assorted craft items bottle lid brad fastener brown construction paper circle clear acrylic spray clothespin coffee filter construction paper scraps cotton balls craft knife crayons or markers dandelion Decorate desired Fold glitter from flaking glue clear tape glue dries glue glitter glue hole puncher green construction paper hole puncher Directions Invite each child Julie Koczur—Great Falls length of ribbon length of yarn leprechaun pattern Mackie Rhodes—Greensboro magnetic tape March Monthly Arts markers scissors glue Materials per child necklace option note holder Nursery Rhyme paint dry paper lion paper plate paper sun Patrick's Day permanent marker pig color pipe cleaner prevent the glitter Punch a hole rainbow scissors glue clear scissors glue hole shamrock wishes Susan Bunyan—Dodge City Susan DeRiso—Barrington tail Teacher Tips tempera paint text box thematic unit thread tissue paper waxed paper white construction paper wiggle eyes youngsters