ArtFullyRedone.com Offers Free Art for Teachers Program

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Educators now have a partner offering free visual aids to help in the classroom.

ArtFullyRedone.com has rolled out the Free Art for Teachers Program. All categories of ArtFullyRedone.com’s art reproductions including historical photographs, space and science and old master prints are being offered to teachers for visual aids in the classroom.

Educators today are challenged by budget restrictions and are often providing visual aids and supplements to text books out of pocket. Text books do not offer children the same detail as quality reproductions of original art, prints or historical photographs.

The Free Art for Teachers Program was developed after several space photographs were donated to a local high school in order to supplement the astronomy course. Discussions with additional local teachers identified a need for quality art and photograph reproductions to help in a variety of courses. “This is a very small way we can help support teachers spark imagination in young minds everywhere,” said Keith Puckett, general manager of ArtFullyRedone.com.

ArtFullyRedone.com will offer to the next 1000 educators, free of charge except for shipping and handling, any of its art reproductions. History, science, social studies and art classes can all benefit from this unique program and teachers can save hundreds in doing so. The complete catalog of thousands of reproductions can be searched online. Sign up for this program takes only minutes and can also be completed online.

For additional information on the Free Art for Teachers Program, contact Keith Puckett or visit http://www.artfullyredone.com .

About ArtFullyRedone.com:

ArtFullyRedone.com is a wholly owned website of Buffalo Creek Entertainment, L.L.C. ArtFullyRedone.com provides quality reproductions of fine art, old photographs, prints and paintings.

Contact:

Keith Puckett, General Manager

303-504-0371

http://www.ArtFullyRedone.com

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