Using a black oil pastel, lightly draw a big letter “U” in the middle of the paper. It helps to draw larger than the child’s hand. Draw two sloping shoulders. Make a large arc over the top of u previously drawn. Use short strokes following the drawn lines to represent the fur of the English Sheepdog. Book by Barney Saltzberg. Glasses (groovy) are made on a folded page.
Artsonia Art Exhibit :: O'Keeffe Poppy
Monster Symmetry. It is very simple to do with the kids and they absolutely love to see how their monster turns out. All you need to do is fold a white piece of paper in half and open it up. Let the students squirt some paint onto one side of the paper. Then help them fold it again and press down (squishing the paint to both sides). Open it up and wa la, you have a monster!
Kindergarten Smiles: Halloween
WES Kindergarten Art: Artist: VINCENT VAN GOGH
Making lions using a simple paper manipulation process. This is better than using a million paper strips and lots of glue.
Kindergarten students learned about Claude Monet's art and the beautiful gardens he created around his home in France. Students used oil pastel to draw the bridge across Monet's pond and then used sponges to add the greenery. They used their fingers to add the colorful flowers on top of the lily pads.
Artwork published by Kurtis55
Eric Carle Tissue Paper Prints - The Imagination Tree
Work with fire safety