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Middle school crafts

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Middle school crafts. Get inspired and try out new things.
DIY School Supplies Painted Marbled Pencils - South Lumina Style

Decorate and personalize your school supplies with our painted DIY Marbled Pencils tutorial. This are a great craft project for kids and teens.

Calming Spinners-- Stress and Coping Skills Lesson and Craft

Description Calming Spinners-- Coping Skills Lesson and Craft is perfect for teaching students to learn about stress and coping skills. The lesson asks students to identify stress and coping strategies that can help calm them down in stressful situations. Then students will make their own calming spinner. This craft is perfect for working with individuals, classrooms or small groups. Check out the Calming Spinners Preview to see the Calming Spinner In Action! This game contains:✔ Lesson…

Middle school and elementary students love the challenge of this word game - it's great to use during some down time and great for thinking!! Students love it:-) #middleschool #games

Middle school and elementary students love the challenge of this word game - it's great to use during some down time and great for thinking!! Students love it:-) #middleschool #games

Kids Name Art Ideas: Name Snowflakes. Great Middle School Project

It's art, it's math and it's a fine motor work out but it's also SUPER COOL! Make your own name snowflakes is a great STEAM challenge for school age kids.

Amazing string art lesson with instruction and link to patterns   Adventures of a Middle School Art Teacher: 7th Grade String Art

These designs were created by using push pins to "punch" in the dotted pattern on to a 6x6 piece of poster board. Once their design is punched through, they thread a sewing needle...tape the end on the back (because it will go through the hole, even if it has a knot at the end)...and start stitching their design. They LOVE this! I take a pretty simple approach to this project. We begin with a 1/2 sheet of graph paper. The students follow along with me (I use a document camera) as I number…