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How To Use Coffee, Tea, and Wine To Create Works Of Art

Check out this art tutorial that artist Mandy Behrens shared on Poppytalk. Kitchen liquids like coffee, tea, and wine simply applied to watercolor paper become a warm, inviting, and naturally stunning background. The effects are perfectly imperfect.

Some lovely Christmas ideas - Polar Express day!

For all my teacher friends: OP SAYS Elf yourself: I am SOOOO making these with my kids this November to hang in the room all of December and send home for Christmas! This freakin' rocks!

salt dough hand print mitten | diy keepsake ornament

Salt Dough Hand Print Mitten Ornaments cup flour cup salt cup water (or more as needed) ◦polyurethane or acrylic spray (optional, seals out moisture so that they last longer)

Color sort game. Repinned by AutismClassroom.com Follow us at http://www.pinterest.com/autismclassroom/

What a fun sorting game for toddlers using fruit loops. Put them in by color or try tossing them into their colored circles. Get them to say each color as they get it.

Alphabet Train: A fun toddler learning activity that helps with letter recognition.

Alphabet Train: A fun toddler learning activity that helps with letter recognition. Wheels could be lower case for older tots/preschool