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  • Praise Report and Water Lilies Galore!

    I have done it again.  I have begun an article and gotten some pictures into place, and accidentally published, before I've written any words.  These are pretty amazing, but if you wait a couple of hours, I will attempt to cobble words together WITH the photos.  We're in the car for several more hours. 
    Posted to RainbowsWithinReach (Weblog) by Anonymous on May 2, 2015
  • Second Grade Super Hero Portraits

    What child doesn’t want to have super powers? Our second graders just completed a two-part super hero self portrait project. First, they drew themselves as a superhero. Next, they created a super hero mask and photographed each other in super poses. Draw yourself as a superhero  Materials Crayola Color Sticks or colored pencils extra fine […]
    Posted to K-6 Art (Weblog) by Anonymous on September 28, 2014
  • Signs from Heaven: Faith in the Face of the Unthinkable

    Sister Bay, {Door County} WI Make no mistake. I know that we live an idyllic life. We have been blessed beyond reason to create a fairy tale existence. For the glorious summer season we are poised on a peninsular thumb that juts between bodies of water. We see the evening sunset nightly over Green Bay. {The morning sunrise is just a couple mile ...
    Posted to RainbowsWithinReach (Weblog) by Anonymous on September 3, 2014
  • Sweet Saturday: Terrific Tulips & Legacy

    GROWING OLDER IS A GIFT FROM HEAVEN: LEGACYI never had the opportunity to meet Maya Angelou. I never spoke to her nor heard her speak. Now that possibility has passed. Yet her words will live on. That is the power of legacy. I am even more compelled to read her thoughts, in consideration of her leaving our planet. In one of the many tributes I ...
    Posted to RainbowsWithinReach (Weblog) by Anonymous on May 31, 2014
  • Sun + Arc/Halo = "SunBOW!" PRICELESS!! Walk-in-Faith

    A new day. A new chapter. A whole new chapter.  What difference can you make? What joy can you spread? How can you impact your circle of influence? What miracle lies just around the next corner? What blessing do you have to share with others? What seed can you plant? Who can you smile upon? What ripple can you send forth? What wonderfulness can ...
    Posted to RainbowsWithinReach (Weblog) by Anonymous on May 20, 2014
  • Spring Ceramics: Bird Nests with Eggs

    Spring has Sprung and Countdowns Have BEGUN! As far as I am concerned, the school year is over. Yesterday i had the unique experience of traveling to THREE different elementary buildings and making my author/illustrator presentations to students in PreK through third graders at each building! Thank goodness we had a guide, because we were off the ...
    Posted to RainbowsWithinReach (Weblog) by Anonymous on May 14, 2014
  • ARTS, Education & Inspiration Quotation Collection: Part 1 Creativity

    ARTS + CREATIVITY Quote Collection (Part One)  HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY, MOMMY! Today is the day where we celebrate all things mom! I am so fortunate to have my mom still at the helm -- directing my growth and cheering me ever onward. It gets trickier and trickier to come up with an appropriate 'gift' for mom with every passing year. What can hold all ...
    Posted to RainbowsWithinReach (Weblog) by Anonymous on May 11, 2014
  • iPad Blended Self-Portrait

      Our 6th grade did some quick blended self portraits using their iPads and two free apps: Pic Collage and Sketchbook X. The goal of the lesson was to learn the layers, free transform and opacity tools in Sketchbook X. Step 1: Pic Collage App: create a photo collage of your favorite things Students had to […]
    Posted to K-6 Art (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 27, 2014
  • Fun Photo Illustrations Inspired by Javier Perez

    Our sixth graders just finished a quick, highly engaging photography/drawing project. This project was inspired by the work of Ecuadorian artist/art director Javier Perez , also known by the nickname ’Cinta Scotch’. He uses found objects plus ink to create simple, witty illustrations which he shares with his followers on social media. I gave each ...
    Posted to K-6 Art (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 2, 2014
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