Bring Donuts into your Classroom – A Flipped Lesson

Nic Hahn of Mini Matisse is bringing donuts to your classroom with this week’s flipped lesson. The lesson plan is vibrant and students can create so many variations – in fact, that is why Nic’s students loved it so much! Using stamps cut from pool noodles, your students will use paint to make their own bakers dozen. Nic has step-by-step instructions

The Next Flipped Lesson – Self Portraits

This summer, Nic Hahn of Mini Matisse has been working really hard on great flipped lesson plans for you. The lesson plans are all engaging, developmentally targeted toward different age groups, and are available in both video and PDF format.  We will be rolling out one new lesson plan per week during the month of August.

New Flipped Lesson Plans!

This summer, Nic Hahn of Mini Matisse has been working really hard on great flipped lesson plans for you. The lesson plans are all engaging, developmentally targeted toward different age groups, and are available in both video and PDF format.  We will be rolling out one new lesson plan per week during the month of August.

WAIT! Don’t throw out old supplies – recycle them!

With the end of the school year quickly approaching, I’m sure you have started to clean out your classroom, organize your materials and get rid of anything that is broken or dried out. But before you throw anything into the garbage, check out different ways that you can recycle old art supplies: Crayola ColorCycle –

Out of the Office and Into the Classroom at Paul I Miller School

At Art to Remember, we love giving back and every spring semester, we like to get out of the office and help out. This spring, we volunteered our time at Paul I Miller Elementary School in Indianapolis. Although we were helping out in different areas of the school, we wanted to make sure that we

It’s More than a Fundraiser – It’s a Fundraiser You’ll Be Proud Of

When determining how to raise money for your school or program, you probably did hours and hours of research, combing through tons of different fundraising sites, looking at different products and evaluating events. It turns out that your message may actually be the most important thing to research and promote. “Fundraising success is 95 percent

NAEA Chicago – Another Amazing Conference

This year’s conference in Chicago was another great event – the attendance of over 5,000 was impressive and so was the location (on Lake Michigan with an amazing view of the Chicago skyline). And Chicago definitely lived up to its nickname of the Windy City (we all sported windblown hair for a few days). But

Exciting New Products Available Online!

This spring, Art to Remember added five new, high quality keepsake items to our online store. Check out the new items that are available this year: Art Plaque What a great new way to display your child’s art! The 5” x 7” hardwood plaque has a semi-gloss finish and can work with horizontal or vertical artwork.

Meet Your Program Coordinator

The Art to Remember Program Coordinators love working with and learning more about you during the school fundraiser, so we thought that you may want to know more about them as well. Today, we’ll meet Rachel Goar. Rachel started working at Art to Remember a little over five years ago and this fall she joined

Paying it Forward with an Art to Remember Fundraiser

While most of us could agree that there’s never enough money allocated towards the art room, a few lucky schools are funded well and in turn, they are paying it forward. They love the Art to Remember program and want to give parents and students the opportunity to order personalized keepsake products, but they don’t