Noon Art

Two of us organize noon art at our local elementary school for students in the first through fifth grades.  We usually reach about 150 to 200 students each time and it is such a fantastic blast!  I love providing unstructured art projects and find out what they can come up with.  Recently we placed fabric, masking tape and staplers on the tables – check out what they came up with:

We had 9 tables of supplies laid out.

We had 9 tables of supplies laid out.

Fabric, masking tape and staplers.

Fabric, masking tape and staplers.

This was just the beginning.

This was just the beginning.

More kept coming and coming.

More kept coming and coming.

Bags.

Bags.

The tables were so full, kids moved to the blacktop.

The tables were so full, kids moved to the blacktop.

Bag with handles.

Bag with handles.

Smaller bag.

Smaller bag.

She decided to embellish the whole thing in tape.

She decided to embellish the whole thing in tape.

Look at this flap!

Look at this flap!

It folds over to close.

It folds over to close.

Using lots of staples.

Using lots of staples.

Yarn handle.

Yarn handle.

More pockets.

More pockets.

Front.

Front.

Back.

Back.

Handle made of tape.

Handle made of tape.

Front totally covered in masking tape.

Front totally covered in masking tape.

The back covered as well with a different design.

The back covered as well with a different design.

As you can see, we had a really good time!  I can’t wait for the next one!

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