Hi! I’m Michelle Osborne and I’m an art educator at one big elementary school! I love finding new lessons to do with my students and finding new ways to teach old lessons. I have started this blog to share the things I am doing with my fellow art teachers and with my students’ parents. It’s also like a virtual file cabinet for myself! 🙂
Feel free to pin, share, and promote! (It’s the new version of “beg, borrow, and steal.”)
We love comments, compliments, and suggestions!
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Hi! thank you for following my blog 🙂 🙂
You’re welcome! The more followers, the more fun! : )
BTW, I am following you now too!!
Found your blog by clicking through a repinned pin on Pinterest. Really like it! I teach 5th grade now, but have my art cert and have fingers crossed for a move soon. I’m very inspired by your projects!
Great blog, very happy to be a new follower!
Thanks, Andrew! Looking forward to checking out yours as well!
Your stuff is so inspiring! I wish our schools had more materials to do this kind of work with 35 kids! I teach 4th grade in San Diego. I love your posts!
Jackie, I completely understand. I have around 600 students at my school and I get a very minimal amount to purchase supplies each year. I am super frugal with my stuff but I also do a fundraiser each year to help buy more. I don’t know what I would do without it. I use Art to Remember. I also try to purchase from the sale catalogs and from walmart, when school supplies like markers, crayons, erasers (the basics) are on sale for $1. We do the best we can with what we have.
I have some friends that live in San Diego and I am jealous of your weather. I even have it on my weather app as one of my places. It always seems consistently pleasant. 🙂 thank you for stopping by – do you hAve a blog?
I just stumbled upon your blog. Teaching is hard work and it is always so fun to see teachers putting so much into what they give to their children. Thank you for what you do. You are creating our tomorrow– fill them with knowledge, love and confidence. Art is an important place to teach all three. Keep up the fabulous work!
Thank you! Those kind words were a refreshing reminder this morning.
Hi how you. I am doing a post on my favorite owl crafts for kid & I love this one that you did https://tinyartroom.wordpress.com/?s=owl+shapes. Would I be able to use your image with a link back to you of course. 🙂 Thank you in advance.
Thanks for sharing. Wonderful ideas!