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Cassie Stephens: 20 of My Favorite School-Wide Collaborative Projects!

Collaborative projects! Collaborative projects are one of my favorite things. I love them at the start of the year and the end. I love doing them with the whole school or just a grade level. I love using songs, themes, artist-inspiration...you name it. I just love collaboratives! We've done a TON over the years and I thought I'd put them all together in one big ole blog post. So, here you go: my 20 Favorite Collabortive Projects. Be sure and click on the links, many of these have how-to…

Drip, Drip, Splatter Splash: Collaborative Watercolor Painting#c5867967690045815157#c5867967690045815157#c5867967690045815157

This was an interesting project to watch as it came together. Kindergarten completed large watercolor resist art pieces. I painted the big black lines and they filled in. I didn't give them specific instructions as to how I wanted them to fill these in, that was left up to them. I wanted to see how they went about the process themselves. All they were told is that they would use crayon to add details and watercolor to fill space with color. You could really see who the take charge…

Collaboration Squares

Each student was given one page to color with either crayons or colored pencils. They could use any colors or combinations that they wished. When they were all done, they cut out each Collaboration Square. The squares were put on a table and an attempt was made to group them with 3 others of similar colors and style. Not alway easy. The four matching squares were glued on various colors of construction paper. The completed pictures were hung in the hallway of the school for about a month. At…

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the Art Curator for Kids - 12 Super Fun Collaborative Group Art Projects for Kids

Magic happens when kids work together. From pudding paint to catapults, these collaborative group art projects for kids will be a hit in your home or class.

Cube Mural Inspired by Street Artist Thank YouX – Art is Basic | An Elementary Art Blog

Earlier this year, my co-worker Jayne found the idea to make a collaborative school-wide paper mural based on the artwork of Thank YouX. The idea for a student mural originally came from Jenell No…

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43 Collaborative Art Projects - Teaching Expertise

Creating collaborative art is a wonderful way to encourage teamwork among students, celebrate diversity and enrich classroom culture. This collection of hands-on group art projects is designed to build meaningful skills such as taking turns, discussing ideas, and making group decisions. They are a fantastic way to foster community, allow students to connect with their classmates, and teach them to focus on cooperation instead of competition. Students are sure to have plenty of fun while…

Wow! This is by far my favorite out of the 3 murals I have made this year.  I think the bigger the better.  We've done circles, hearts and ...

Wow! This is by far my favorite out of the 3 murals I have made this year. I think the bigger the better. We've done circles, hearts and ...

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The Dot School-Wide Collaborative

Hello, friends! I'm excited to share that the school-wide collaborative my first through fourth grade students created at THE BEGINNING of the school year (yikes!) is finally installed. Like, finally. Y'all, while I do love having all students creating a collab at the start of the school year, why do I do it to myself? It's so much work on my end! All the attaching to bulletin board paper and hanging...it's so much! AND I always procrastinate! And yet I do it year after year. Such a glutton…

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Colors for days means endless ways to make your next project bright. Check out how to make these colorful bugs by Amber S. with any colors you want.
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Celebrate Earth Day with a collaborative activity to inspire students. Students will explore together why Earth Day is important, and how they can individually and as a community find environmentally friendly solutions to help the Earth. Includes worksheets and decorations to create a spectacular display of inspirations. Can also be used as a class challenge to build on through out the spring. Makes for a great seasonal activity, classroom decoration, bulletin board activity.
Try combining math and art with this January winter fractions math craftivity snowflake themed beginning fractions project. It is the perfect display to show off what you have been learning about fractions and is so easy to differentiate with so many options.