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September 21, 2019

The Day of the Dead Resources for Kids

The Day of the Dead is a colorful Mexican celebration that honors the loved ones that have died. It’s a fun way for kids to learn about holidays around the world and an important part of Mexico’s culture!

August 7, 2019

Reflections on Education- Free Bullet Journal Templates for Teachers

Teaching isn’t an easy job.  Whether you teach little kids, big kids, or your very own teaching can stretch you to the limits.  I designed these bullet journal for teachers with those special challenges in mind.  Spend a few minutes reflecting on your day or your week, thinking about how your time is best spent, and remembering why you teach in the first place!

August 5, 2019

Creative Wins for your Perfectionist Kid

Do you have one of those kids that gets so tense about their art being “just right” that creating isn’t fun at all, but stressful?  Maybe that’s you and it’s just hard to let go and make. Being a perfectionist can wreak havoc on the creative process.  Here are three easy ways to move your kiddo (or you) beyond perfectionism and make making art fun again!

June 12, 2019

Looking at Jobs in the Arts -Printable Resources

As a creative person I would encourage a person of any age to explore jobs in the arts, hobbies in the arts, therapies in the arts.  You get the idea.  I value the arts.  Making stuff is good for the soul. But as a parent it can be scary to encourage your child to choose an occupation in the arts that may or may not appear to be able to support a family.

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