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How to help kids realize their inner artist

For creators, For teachers by The Creatubbles TeamLeave a Comment

Being a teacher is a tough, but rewarding job. Students may not always want (or feel comfortable enough) to participate in activities, especially creative ones. There are a number of reasons why. But as a teacher, you likely advocate for your students and want to help them realize their full creative potential. We explored some ways to help kids recognize their inner artist.

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Creative projects to do with wee ones this spring

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Spring has sprung! As always, we’re looking for fun, festive and creative projects that teachers can do with their students, or families can make at home. This time around, we took a look at some engaging, interactive projects to help younger kids nurture motor and problem solving skills, along with spatial and cognitive development.

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60 million teachers and 1.2 billion students can change the world for the better

For teachers by Mareike HachemerLeave a Comment

In 2015 the UN published the Global Goals for Sustainable Development, in which they define aims like fighting poverty and hunger, providing good healthcare and quality education for all, achieving gender equality, clean water and affordable, clean energy. The Global Goals also strive for decent work and economic growth, progressive innovation and infrastructure, reduced inequalities, sustainable cities and communities, responsible consumption and production.

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Why every artist needs a digital portfolio

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An increasing amount of traditional art has been going digital over the last decade or so. Although some are wary of the transition, there’s a lot of perks to going digital. For artists, moving from a physical portfolio to a digital one, allows you to showcase your work on a huge scale, curate your own artistic journey and control your own image of yourself. We took a look at why every artist needs a digital portfolio.

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7 ways to teach kids responsibility in school

For teachers by Noah WilderLeave a Comment

School is not made just for learning Common Core standard information; it is where children learn important social lessons. Responsibility is one of the earliest and most crucial lessons students learn in school, and it helps to shape how they live the rest of their lives. Since everyone learns a little bit differently and some classrooms are geared toward students with diverse needs, here are seven different and fun ways that teachers can teach students responsibility.

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