I solved a problem in the studio today! Part of my routine between Christmas and New Year's is cleaning and organizing. I was working on clearing the mile high pile off my table in the studio (it happens every Christmas). While putting away stamping supplies I was once again greeted by this... My husband is… Continue reading Problem Solved!
Nearly 300 students = nearly 300 portfolios. Multiply that by the number of art works in a school year and it's a lot of portfolio storage. Especially when you don’t have an art room! But where there is a will, there is a way and I’m thrifty so it was just a matter of finding… Continue reading Student Portfolio Storage
In yesterday's post I mentioned that when we have painting projects in the classroom, I have my students put their desks together in long rows. Today, we did just that and I thought a visual might be helpful for any new cart teachers who read here. Like I said before - you make the best… Continue reading Painting from the Cart
Back to school and Art on a Cart! I'm an elementary art teacher for grades Kindergarten to 5th. I don't have an art room so I teach art on a cart. Last year I traveled for every class. This year most of my classes come to our cafeteria for art time. I'm thankful I travel… Continue reading Art on a Cart