Often, I get students asking me where I get stuff, such as my rubber ducky collection, stickers on the filing cabinet, or the plush creatures I show to 6th grade students. So I've decided to make a list of some of my favorite places to shop that you may not have known about:

Fly Bird is a neat store in downtown Oak Park where you can buy all sorts of fun things for your house. I've gotten a bunch of stickers there, too.

Rotofugi carries art toys and even plush made by former Sandburg art student Luisa Castellanos!

Kidrobot is one of my favorite places to buy fun and humorous art toys.

Pumpkin Moon is where is where I find most of my devil duckies...

Uncle Fun is another good source for rubber duckies, stickers, and of course, fun.

Where are your favorite places to shop? Let me know where and WHY to earn some extra credit!


extra credit "B" term art.

Not everything we make turns out wonderfully. For extra credit, tell me about an artistic mishap you've had at home or at school. Don't forget about the posting rules to the right.


after-school art class


- will meet Mon – Thurs from 3:20 to 4:20 for 2-weeks per class.
- $5 supply fee per student/per class.
- open to first 24 students per class.
- students who are absent/miss dates may be made up (if needed) at a later date agreed upon between the student & instructor. (optional)
- sign up for each class begins one week before the start of class, and stays open until the start of class, or until the class is full.
- sign up sheets will be available on-line and from Miss Miller in the art room.

for more information, see the after-school art class webpage.
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