It's Tuesday...time to link-up with my sweet friend Holly
from Fourth Grade Flipper for
Tried it Tuesday.
It's no secret that I'm addicted to Pinterest.
You can find me here.
With the help of Pinterest and my bestie, I
discovered Art for Kids Hub not too long ago.
I like this site because the artist normally attaches
a YouTube video for students to get a step-by-step
and there are so many options to choose from.
Also...here is the artist's, Rob Jensen, Pinterest page.
if you are interested in followin' him.
(Holy moly...Rob found my blog post...he wrote to ME.
I am ECSTATIC...I just showed my kids and they are FLIPPIN' out.
We feel like real-life ROCKSTARS!)
Tried it Awesomeness : How to draw a Valentine's monkey
(My sweet friend, Erin aka Miss Lifesaver is goin' to LOVE this
because she loves monkeys!)
I browsed many drawin' choices on the
I finally found one I wanted to use for Valentine's...
Technically, it's not for Valentine's, but
I am makin' my 5th graders be my Valentine this year,
so...they had to draw me a Valentine's monkey.
Only thing...they only had the tutorial for the head.
They had to get creative on their own for the body.
I've been pushin' my kids hard.
We needed a break.
Drawin' was the answer.
Music on, crayons out, brains decompressed.
In the drawin' process...
Get ready for a picture overload.
I couldn't leave any out.
So precious...I want to squeeze all their cheeks.
The monkeys...not my babies.
Pinky the Monkey
Rocky the Monkey
Ms. Marshallow the Monkey
Bananas the Monkey
George the Monkey
Noble the Monkey
Cocoa the Monkey
Cheery the Monkey
Most everyone at my school calls me "Rosie"...
includin' the kids, parents, teachers, Admin, etc.
Firework the Monkey
Lula the Monkey
Magic the Monkey
Cutie Pie the Monkey
Lovey the Monkey
Snickers the Monkey
Tulip the Monkey
Baby Love the Monkey
Bill Nye the Monkey Guy
Henry the Monkey
Nutella the Monkey
Gardner the Monkey
Sweetie the Monkey
Sassy the Monkey
I can't even take all the cuteness.
Happy Tuesday my friends!