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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!

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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.

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