Art on a Cart, Needs Help with Organization and Displays.
My students need 2 rolls of Fadeless paper, 3 rolls of border trim, 3 packs of spin & draw paper, pencil boxes, Messy mats, craft containers and a set of tote bins.
This project expired on August 4, 2018.
Hooray! This project is fully funded
My students live in an urban area of the Bronx. I serve a diverse group of students from kindergarten through fifth grade. Many are English language learners and from low income families. They are so excited to have a visual arts class where they can express themselves. This year, I’ve been serving a lot of self contained, special education classrooms as well.
My art class is a safe haven where students can feel free to take creative risks and express their emotions.
Students in my school typically don't have access to art supplies at home. They are bright, creative and eager young scholars. They would all really benefit from your support with materials and mediums which they don't get to use except in our art classroom.
We need to be organized, and make our visual arts material use the least messy as we can. Supplies will be easily distributed in the bins, totes and containers. Clean up will be a breeze, thanks to the messy mats. Displays will be gorgeous thanks to the fadeless paper rolls and border trims. Spin and draw paper is always a wonderful way to create fun radial designs for printing, drawing and painting and the students love working on circular paper!
Being a traveling teacher isn't easy, especially when you have so many art supplies to manage, but with your help it will all run a great deal smoother.
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