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October 20, 2010

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Laura


I will definitely check out this idea. Thanks so much for sharing it!

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Mybloglittleacorns.blogspot.com

I love your little artist nook and the lovely drawings that have been created there! I want a nook just like that!

I made a van Gogh activity this summer, and I thought it might be useful to you. It is an empty version of his bedroom at Arles and cut outs of furniture for the children to arrange. If you use it, would you please let me know if your students enjoy it? I have only tried it out with my daughter so far! Thanks!!!!!

http://mybloglittleacorns.blogspot.com/2010/08/more-summer-activities-van-goghs.html

z-chan

I used this painting for my own "Touch the Art" series of cards for Circle Time but also for mummy and baby class (I work for an International school in Japan). The students loved touching an interactive sunflower (I made it out of construction paper and glued it on - so simple)

I look forward to your posts, you've already inspired me to install an Activity Area in my classroom for 1-2 year olds. Its BRILLIANT. Thank you for making my class better!

Sippy Cup Central Mom

I really love what you did with this artist study! Thanks, Karen
Sippy Cup Central Mom

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