1. This little movie will make you never think the same way about those little pink erasers you mindless harm in art class. Beware!

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  2. The primary colors (red, yellow, and blue) can make all the other colors, but you can't mix to make them!

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  3. Bunnies were sculpted in the style of Wallace and Gromit's Curse of the Were-rabbits and animated very crudely.
    Want to see how the students made their bunnies boogie? Watch this: vimeo.com/11724403

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  4. Red finds love across the color wheel.
    First place winner in the 8th Annual International Shortie Awards Festival in Washington DC, June 2009.
    Screened at the Chicago International Children's Film Festival October 2009.

    This movie is featured in Chapter 10 of Children and Their Art, 9th Edition, by Michael Day and Al Hurwitz twitpic.com/39rq6k

    # vimeo.com/2026501 Uploaded 6,041 Plays / / 3 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

  5. The bristling tale of a young handsome brush succumbing to the evils of sloppiness in the hands of a careless artist. This camel hair raising musical tragedy will remind students for all generations to take care of their paint brushes.

    Made by 5th grade art students at Dryden Elementary School, Arlington Heights, IL.
    Won Best of Show at the Screen Test Film Fest in Schaumburg, Ilinois, February 2007.
    Screened at the Chicago International Children's Film Festival October 2007.

    Sloppy Brush is on an adventure traveling the country with his message and movie during the 2009-10 school year. Learn more at:
    youngsloppybrush.wikispaces.com/

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