A Story + Art

 
Here is a list of the stART projects that we have created so far.  And for even more inspiration check out the amazing blogs that participate in stART each week at the end of this page.  **If you have participated in stART for at least 3 weeks and would like to be added to the list, leave me a comment or e-mail me so I can add your blog to the list.

Check out our stART Projects!
10 Little Rubber Ducks
Rabbit’s Pajama Party
Recycle Every Day
Rudolph's First Christmas
Shapes That Roll 
Snail Trail
Snip, snip....Snow!
Splish, Splash, Spring
St. Patrick's Day in the Morning
Ten Apples Up on Top
The Cheerios Play Book 
The Jacket I Wear in the Snow
The Little Mouse, The Red Ripe Strawberry, and THE BIG HUNGRY BEAR
The Stable Where Jesus was Born
The Stuborn Pumpkin
The Teddy Bears' Picnic
The Three Little Kittens 
The Turkey Ball
Waiting for Wings
Warthogs Paint 
What Is Easter? 
Who Wants a Valentine? 

Check out the blogs that particpates in stART:
(If you are on Pinterest you can check out my board for blogs that participate in stART too!)

Adventures in Mommydom 
Adventures in Mommy Land
Almost Unschoolers
Brimful Curiosities
Crayon Wishes and Popsicle Dreams
Crunchy and Green
Delightful Learning
Growing Up Our Style
Homeschool in the Hills
Just Playin' Around
Little Wonders' Days
My Shae Noel 
obSEUSSed
Ready. Set. Read!
Structured Play
The Fantastic Five
The Ramblings and Adventures of a S.A.H.M
The Toy Box Years




6 comments:

Kristin said...

Hi! I'm new to homeschooling this year and I love the idea of stART projects! I came up with one today and thought I'd share it with you. The books we read is "Leaf Man" by Lois Ehlert. After reading the book, my kids (ages 5 and 3) and I went out on a leaf hunt and found a variety of leaves and pine cones (for the eyes and nose). Then we came back home and created our own leaf man. It was a fun Fall themed project.

Spinning Memories said...

We had a lot of fun doing our Three little pigs stART as you can see here - http://spinningmemories.blogspot.com/2010/10/thee-litte-pigs.html
Thanks for putting up more ideas here.

Mary LeMonnier said...

Wow! Thanks for sharing!!!

Joanna Davis said...

here is a couple books i recently wrote a blog post about!
http://www.prekandksharing.blogspot.com/2012/01/book-smart.html

i also use literature as a starting point for many of my art projets in my classroom...you can see those at www.ourartlately.blogspot.com

Holiday Kids said...

We just naturally created SmART art as our toddlers and preschoolers grew into elementary students. We have four very successful art lessons posted at www.holiday-kids-crafts.com
My favorite - is our OWL art lesson. I am thrilled to be able to participate and excited to see what all has been done! http://www.holiday-kids-crafts.com/learning%20craft%20robert%20frost%20birch%20tree%20art%20lesson.html

Kellie said...

Thanks so much!

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