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Crazy for Cats (Klee cats, that is)

The kids have had a ball making a chalky mess this week!
We had chalk everywhere! The kids thought this was a great project...One of my first graders said, "This was the best day ever! We got to make art and get really messy at the same time! I love it!" They crack me up. :)


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  2. I have read back through your entire blog and want to say thank you. I'm a former art teacher and now a humane educator and several of your projects would work great for my program, and others gave me insight into materials I wouldn't have considered. Thank you.

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