Melting Crayons

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What to do with all of those leftover crayons? Make a Mosaic Mural! This amazing was done about 25 years ago at Kelli's school. That teacher has since retired, but we think the crayons are glued directly to plywood panels with good old Elmer's Glue. Old Crayon Crafts, Crayon Art, Crayon Ideas, Group Art Projects, School Art Projects, Fair Projects, Elementary Art Lesson Plans, Recycled Art Projects, School Murals

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Kindergarten worked on assembling geometric shape pictures, first grade made jungle cat scenes learning how to overlap objects to create depth, second graders designed their happy faces using all different kinds of lines (taking a dot for a walk!) and crayon resist was their medium outlined in permanent marker, third grade used Construction Paper Crayons and black Construction Paper in a study of radial symmetry and principles of art, and fourth grade worked on symbols done in warm and cool…