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Let There Be Art!!!, a project from Ms. Grace

I will be at a different school next year that has not had art in 15ish years. That means no art supplies from previous teachers, b/c there were none. My students and I need your help. Any bit is appreciated. Please follow the link for more information and please share! Pretty please!

Donate by Aug. 16 and enter code INSPIRE to have your donation matched dollar for dollar.

1st grade combination animal mix ups

Made crayons from crayons. Prizes for positive behavior.
Super easy to make. Preheat oven to 250-275. Break crayons into small pieces. Put in silicone candy molds (the kind you can bake with). Put molds on baking sheet (a must!). Bake for 15-19 minutes. Once out, you can use a toothpick to swirl the colors a little, but be warned- the melty side you see you you take them out of the oven doesn’t look much like the other side! Some of them I thought were going to be all brown or grey, but they thankfully were not. Finally, let crayons cool completely. Pop em out. The end.
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Made crayons from crayons. Prizes for positive behavior.
Super easy to make. Preheat oven to 250-275. Break crayons into small pieces. Put in silicone candy molds (the kind you can bake with). Put molds on baking sheet (a must!). Bake for 15-19 minutes. Once out, you can use a toothpick to swirl the colors a little, but be warned- the melty side you see you you take them out of the oven doesn’t look much like the other side! Some of them I thought were going to be all brown or grey, but they thankfully were not. Finally, let crayons cool completely. Pop em out. The end.
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Made crayons from crayons. Prizes for positive behavior.
Super easy to make. Preheat oven to 250-275. Break crayons into small pieces. Put in silicone candy molds (the kind you can bake with). Put molds on baking sheet (a must!). Bake for 15-19 minutes. Once out, you can use a toothpick to swirl the colors a little, but be warned- the melty side you see you you take them out of the oven doesn’t look much like the other side! Some of them I thought were going to be all brown or grey, but they thankfully were not. Finally, let crayons cool completely. Pop em out. The end.
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Made crayons from crayons. Prizes for positive behavior.
Super easy to make. Preheat oven to 250-275. Break crayons into small pieces. Put in silicone candy molds (the kind you can bake with). Put molds on baking sheet (a must!). Bake for 15-19 minutes. Once out, you can use a toothpick to swirl the colors a little, but be warned- the melty side you see you you take them out of the oven doesn’t look much like the other side! Some of them I thought were going to be all brown or grey, but they thankfully were not. Finally, let crayons cool completely. Pop em out. The end.
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Made crayons from crayons. Prizes for positive behavior.
Super easy to make. Preheat oven to 250-275. Break crayons into small pieces. Put in silicone candy molds (the kind you can bake with). Put molds on baking sheet (a must!). Bake for 15-19 minutes. Once out, you can use a toothpick to swirl the colors a little, but be warned- the melty side you see you you take them out of the oven doesn’t look much like the other side! Some of them I thought were going to be all brown or grey, but they thankfully were not. Finally, let crayons cool completely. Pop em out. The end.
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Made crayons from crayons. Prizes for positive behavior.

Super easy to make. Preheat oven to 250-275. Break crayons into small pieces. Put in silicone candy molds (the kind you can bake with). Put molds on baking sheet (a must!). Bake for 15-19 minutes. Once out, you can use a toothpick to swirl the colors a little, but be warned- the melty side you see you you take them out of the oven doesn’t look much like the other side! Some of them I thought were going to be all brown or grey, but they thankfully were not. Finally, let crayons cool completely. Pop em out. The end.

back to school…

everyone is posting there back to school posts and photos and i’m still at home searching for a job. i’m crushed. i feel so lost without my art room. i should be at school reorganizing the tables, and cleaning the art bins.

this is the first year ever that i have not returned to school- besides when i was an infant/toddler, that is before i started going to school. i have always been in the routine of returning to school after summer. and now, i very well might not be. most of my identity is wrapped up in school, in teaching- in my art room. being an art teacher is all i ever wanted to be, and now what- I have to give it up for a year? maybe more? who knows?? this sucks. plain and simple sucks. nine years of teaching. undergrad and grad degree going to waste right now. i belong in the classroom. i am great at what i do. i love what i do. it’s not just a job for me. it’s more than that.

so as everybody posts their back to school shots i feel the anxiety stir in my chest. what grand reason am i being held back a year? is there a plan here? people keep saying it will get better, but when?

i can make a lot of great things happen for wherever i end up. i hope they see that in me. i hope i can convey that. i can do a lot for them. and wherever it is, i assume it is meant to be. i just hope it is sooner than later.

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