|November 21 will mark the largest art project in |
history (we hope.) Here's how you and your students
can join in.
|Join the largest art project in history on November 21.|
Certainly our students need to learn math, science, and all of these other things. However, I would argue if each of us has things that we are made to do and those things are pulled from us, then we will pull away from the thing that pulls us away from what we love. Kids are creative and they need it in the classroom.
Genius Fridays and Raven
“It is like I can bring all of me to school… I don’t have to leave a piece of me at home.”
Do you want a piece of me?
Let's help kids join a massive world wide elementary art event
Join Everyartist Live! in their mission to spark creativity Here’s how:
Mark your calendar and check your email for more information on this project. And remember, whatever you do, inspire creativity in your classroom.
I believe every child should be creating something original each week.
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