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WHAT LOVE LOOKS LIKE A children's book about giving and receiving love. Inspired by The 5 Love languages ® by Gary Chapman.

Jennifer Collier explores the 'remaking' of household objects by stitching found and recycled papers. Her practice focuses on creating work from paper; by bonding, waxing, trapping and stitching she produces unusual paper ‘fabrics’, which are used to explore the ‘remaking’ of household objects. The papers are treated as if cloth, with the main technique employed being stitch; a contemporary twist on traditional textiles.

War: A Personal Connection (A Level Art)

Ruth Beeley: St George's School, Hertfordshire England 2011. Sketchbook page for A Level Art Coursework final artwork, exploring the theme of war.

A great way to include science and literacy. Have students either draw out their own sea creature or pick on already up on the board. Then have students either sound out the name of their creature or look it up. Create an underwater display that allows the students to see the diversity that lives under the sea! This could be supplemented with an underwater unit or books.

Community Post: 21 Awesomely Creative Reading Spaces For The Classroom

Window Shades: Tips and Tricks

Customize store-bought Roman shades with ribbon or trim. Lay the shade, fully lowered, on the floor or a flat surface. Attach the trim with fabric glue. Or use fusible web.

Mom Transforms Her Little Girl’s Plain White Room Into An Inspiring Fairy-Tale World

We did an activity on shadows linked to a favourite story. We then created this display celebrating the children's work and new found knowledge. EYFS

It is fortunate to be favored with praise and popularity. It is dire luck to be dependent on the feelings of your fellow man. - The Havamal