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Lisa Kettell is a graduate of Caldwell College, BA and MBA from NJ. She has become a leading expert in the creative arts industry and, has been published in over a 250 publications worldwide.
Lisa has taught close to 1,000 workshops, spoken at over 65 venues and has dedicated time to marketing the essentials of art awareness.
In addition to adults, Lisa builds child learning skills through various art enrichment programs which helps children and teens build creative learning, overcome challenges and establish leadership. She proudly wears many hats; graphic artist/illustrator, media platform specialist, frequency coach, branding redeveloper, and creative director. These hats have allowed Lisa to work with over 100 creative industry brands to date.
Hygloss Products is proud to be the #1 choice for creative classroom and craft supplies for teachers and educators. Hygloss has been producing creative products for art and education since 1950: Classroom supplies, teacher supplies, craft supplies, student rewards and incentives, specialty paper and so much more. At Hygloss we have one goal in mind; supplying innovative tools that will inspire children and adults to think, create, and grow. Achieve these goals with our supplies and craft kits for every age, stage and project.
Teach your students to find shapes in everyday objects. As we learn shapes, we use them to build all kinds of vehicles. At the same time, this is a great opportunity to talk about road safety.
The last week of school is a great time for students to reflect on and reminisce about everything they have learned in the past year and how they have grown since the first day of school. This can be created at the beginning of the school year and at the end of it.
This bulletin board craft provides students with a fun and creative opportunity to list all that they want to do this autumn, using cork sheets, frames and fall-themed classroom borders to make a small bulletin board of their very own! Create an easy fall lesson plan around this memorable craft.
Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll
The War of Art, Steven Pressfield
How to stop worrying and start living by Dale Carnegie
“The universe is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.”
― Eden Phillpotts
“If you were born without wings, do nothing to prevent them from growing.”
— Coco Chanel