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Ceiling tiles painted school

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tips for painting classroom ceiling tiles

A tradition in many art classrooms across the globe is painting drop ceiling tiles to bring some color into the classroom and repurpose a panel into art. Additionally, it allows students an opportunity to leave their legacy on the art room for years to come. If you are interested in learning more about how to

Woodbank Lane: CREATIVE CEILING TILES (MY HIGH SCHOOL) How to dress up your ceilings with art

I am happy to report I have survived another 185 days with teenagers! Today was the last day of my twentieth year of teaching. It seems like the school year just started... A few years ago some of the English teachers at my school brought a fun, creative idea to our hallway--painted ceiling tiles. We all selected a book we loved or maybe one that we taught, and our upper-level art students, under the direction of our wonderfully talented art teacher Noel Mills, painted the book cover of our…

Tag Tiles... Leaving your mark!

THE ASSIGNMENT From the first day of school, all my 6th graders stare up at the art lab ceiling and ask... "Are we gonna do that?!" I tell them, "If you take art in 8th grade, yes you will!" So, the patiently wait three years to finally be able to leave their tag/mark in the art room. This is their final statement of the year. I have them (if they are willing) let me keep them to leave up on the ceiling for the many years to come. I do this project with my 8th graders who made it to the…

Polka Dot Spot: Art Club Painted Ceiling Tiles

I do an after school art club during the late fall and winter months. The last two years we've been using the club to try and spruce up our school a bit. My first session of kids painted ceiling tiles for our front and main hallways. I let the kids paint whatever they wanted, as long as they did a practice drawing and showed me first. I love seeing what they come up with when they have the freedom to just paint. Love how these turned out!