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arTree magazine is here and we are thrilled to share the first issue with you.
Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will receive the first issue for your kids – for FREE. Learn about Gustav Klimt, choose an art project you want to try, make your own jewelry, research your family history and more. Have fun and get creative.
When your kids create something you would like to share with us, please do. We would love to see it, upload it to our gallery and share it with other budding artists. Plus, if you send us an artwork inspired by our issue by September 30th you will have a chance to win a jewelry-making kit (nu purchase/subscription necessary).
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Our District Supervisor assigned us a theme for our students this year using cardboard. This is awesome.
I created the artwork above because no one is immune to mental strife. … One of the best forms of therapy is having the ability to talk to someone who is willing to listen; to provide another perspective. Since a picture can be worth a thousand words, sometimes art can be the best therapy… especially when words are hard to express. *source: ‘Better Out Than In‘
I hope that students can begin to have opportunities to understand mental health in school. Feel free to read more of my thoughts about this issue here: “Better Out Than In“.