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The Sandwich Plate

Cute idea for cheering up a kid at school

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Can't quite get the hang of cutting your kid's sandwich into an animal? Get your draw on with this creative sandwich bag art! LOL this is somethign Tim would do

Silly sandwich- (Note: great art project when teaching about texture)

Kids Artists: Building sandwiches: Texture, balance and variety were elements students concentrated on as they created this collage of a big sandwich!

The Art of the Cucumber Sandwich. Too pretty to eat?  (lovely to look at, easy to vegan-ize)

cucumber sandwiches as colors study. cucumber sandwiches as geometric study. cucumber sandwiches as lunch.

Write an informational paragraph while creating a craft! Your third grade, fourth grade, or fifth grade students will love using this sandwich analogy to build a better paragraph. As they move through the writing process, kids write topic, detail, and concluding sentences on hamburger parts. They then create more parts for elaboration, word choice, and transitions. Expository writing has never been so much fun!

Paragraph Writing - Hamburger Craft for Writing Informative Paragraphs

Grade 4 or Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly. Students will use the layers of the hamburger to create a paragraph. This is a fun activity that will be engaging to students because it is funny.

Open faced sandwich with brie, prosciutto, caramelized onion, & arugula | designlovefest

THE ART OF CHEESE (D E S I G N L O V E F E S T)

The Art Sandwich, talking about art with younger students

The Art Sandwich

The Art Sandwich, talking about art with younger students. I like this concept for introducing critique at a young age. I'd probably re-design the worksheet though lol

Art Critique Sandwich | Art Assessment | I loved the art sandwich from Coonley art studio and from her inspiration Ms. Kitty at Ravenswood. I wanted to create one for my classroom.

I loved the art sandwich from Coonley art studio and from her inspiration Ms. Kitty at Ravenswood. I wanted to create one for my classroom.

Just gather the prettiest leaves you can find, sandwich them in sheets of wax paper, stack up your heaviest books, and tuck the leaves into the pages of the bottom book. I usually leave them in the book stack for a week or so, but you can leave them as long as you want. It might be a nice mid-winter treat to open a book and find a leafy surprise. The colors fade a bit, but the pressed leaves retain a bit of their former beauty.

Pressed Leaves

Gather the prettiest leaves you can find, sandwich them in sheets of wax paper, stack up your heaviest books, and tuck the leaves into the pages of the bottom book. Usually leave them in the book stack for a week or so.

Funky Lunch! encourage kids to eat healthy foods

What's for Lunch? Funky Cuteness

Gotta see this book with all these creative sandwich ideas for kids lunch for home and back to school. Love the Mater!

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