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💕 In this holiday class we will make these “Out of this World” Valentine Cards using cardboard, paint, and hot glue. These are so cute it might be hard to give them away on Valentine’s Day! I will provide step by step directions and demonstrations to help learners create a piece they love. The cards are about 3 by 4 inches but can be made any size your learner likes. They’ll have the option to put their own personal touches along the way as I offer some ideas for customizing their designs. 💕
For this class you'll need: --Drop cloth or something to cover the work surface --Paint brushes: I used a 1 inch sponge brush and a small paintbrush from a watercolor set --Cereal box, cracker box or cardboard --Sharp scissors: able to easily cut cardboard of your choice --Hot glue gun & sticks (the cheap kind is what I use! gun about $3-5, stick refills about $3-5) --Colored paper or shimmer paper for the “rings” of our planets (optional: pipe cleaner and plastic beads) --Paints: blue, black, white (I used a shimmery white), bright colors of choice for the planets --Paper plate to put your paint on and small cup of water --A pencil and markers (optional: stickers) --Hair dryer or fan to speed up paint dry time might be helpful
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Learners will need to use a hot glue gun and sharp scissors that can easily cut thin cardboard like a cereal box. Please cover their workspace as this might get messy and supervise as you feel may be needed.
Ms. Viddy, M.A.T.
Credentialed Middle and High School Math Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
14 total reviews
17 completed classes
I have been teaching math at the middle and high school level for the past 10 years. In that time I have taught all types of learners and courses from 6th grade through Integrated Math 2 (Algebra and Geometry). As a classroom math teacher I see...