Northland teacher turns household items into fun Chiefs art for kids

With the COVID-19 pandemic having a lot of kids learning at home this year, one Northland grade school art teacher found a way to celebrate the Chiefs all week.

Patrick Mahomes school art

© Josh House
Patrick Mahomes school art

Maplewood Elementary School art teacher Josh House is a big Chiefs fan. He said this is a great week to get artistic.

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“This week is obviously one of my favorites,” House said.

House has all kinds of ideas for Chiefs fans and families that they can do at home. He takes household items and makes them into fun Chiefs activities in class this week.

“This is my Andy Reid that turned out pretty cool. It’s kind of fun to draw him. He’s so simple,” House said.

He says pick up some construction paper glue, and scissors

“Don’t tell my wife, but I took the rolls out of the center of the wrapping paper,” House said.

There you have a mini Patrick Mahomes or a couple of football guys. With your cellphone, make your own football game.

House said it’s really just about finding fun family activities to do this week and celebrating the Chiefs at the same time.

“It’s so fun to just take things around the house that you can find and turn it into a piece of art,” he said.

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