PotatoMan and the Spud Buds - A Fun Props & Costume Art Group (10-13)
Every week, you will get a new activity idea for your veggie friend. Create cosplay props for a potato, dress a carrot in costumes, or set a scene for an apple using whatever materials you can find. Be as silly and creative as you please!
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PotatoMan, you look beautiful today!
You're so talented!
This is a group for those who enjoy art, tiny props and costumes, and silly challenges. Every Sunday, I will give students a prompt and they will use (or create) props, costumes, and/or a scene for their potato (or whatever produce item they would like to choose). You can dress up your potato, give it some moody lighting, or stage it in a scene. Have fun and be as creative as you want. Students should post a photo or video of their veggie by Saturday night. There can be many ways to interpret...
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Students can use whatever supplies they would like that parents deem safe and acceptable but it may be a good idea to remind them to work on a surface that won't get damaged and to read craft supply packaging to be sure it is not harmful.
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Hello, my name is Ashley, and I live in Illinois in the United States. I teach introductory level psychology classes for ages 12 and up, educational classes geared towards younger children, and creative classes for all ages. I believe psychology...