Some of the bloggers working behind the #creativitymatters efforts and the Every Artist Live Art event happening this week, November 21st are hosting a Twitter party! (It still isn’t too late to sign up for the November 21st art event for Elementary Kids at everyartist.me.)
Tonight, November 19 at 9:00 pm EST, some of us are going to have a Twitter party (also called a “Twitter chat”) to talk about creativity and kids. If you want to join in, follow the hashtag #creativitymatters. (I recorded a tutorial last week for how to participate in a Twitter chat, just use this chat’s hashtag.)
This is going to be a fun chat but November 21st, just a few short days away, is going to be exciting for the many classroom who have decided to participate in the world’s largest elementary art project. Join in!
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- You should consider joining the 180,000+ parents linking up on 247 Mom’s Facebook page as they talk about how to foster creativity and more. Very cool network for parents.
Note: The other 3 posts I’ve written were “sponsored posts” – this post I did because I think this is a great project and cause. I’m including the disclaimer anyway just in case as the other posts were sponsored.
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