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October's Top 3 Pinterest Picks

Pick 3 This Month's Top Pinterest Picks Grade Onederful

Hi Everyone!

It's time again for the Pick 3 Top Pinterest Picks, hosted by Inspired Owl's Corner and Pawsitively Teaching.

The focus this month is, of course, all things October, my absolutely favourite month of the year: Thanksgiving, my birthday, Halloween!


Pick 3 This Month's Top Pinterest Picks Grade Onederful

So here's my first pick. I definitely plan on doing this project because I LOVE all things art. This is a mixed-media project from That Artist Woman with a watercolour background, paper collage trees, and ink stamped owls.

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Mixed media owl painting

Pick 3 This Month's Top Pinterest Picks Grade Onederful

My second pick is this cute printable from Green Grubs Garden Club in New Zealand. The printable is found on Teachers Pay Teachers but it's a FREEBIE. Yay! We've already been on one Autumn walk through our neighbouring forest, but it was so much fun, I think we'll go again. Or maybe we'll go down to the pond this time. Either way, I'm going to use this sheet with the kids when we get back.

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My Fall Walk printable

Pick 3 This Month's Top Pinterest Picks Grade Onederful

My last pin is this beauty from Deep Space Sparkle. As you probably already know I LOVE anything and everything that Patty comes up with. This project is meant for Grade 2, but I know my first graders will definitely be able to handle it.

Click the pic, please:)

Perspective Fall Trees

Hope you enjoyed these pins!



8 comments

  1. Great choices! You'll have to post pictures of the art your kids create. :)

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  2. I love the owl art project! So adorable and perfect for my upcoming owl unit! Thank you for sharing and linking up!

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    1. Glad you like it. I think it's pretty darn cute, too.

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  3. These art ideas are beautiful! The tree in the first one is so unique because of the texture. Kids will love making it.
    Debbie

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    1. The newspaper tree is pretty cool, isn't it?

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  4. I just love the fall perspective trees! I need to give that a try this month. Thanks for linking up and sharing such great ideas!

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    1. You're welcome. I glad you host this linky!

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