Art and Crafts for Kids
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Sharyn's Stamp Biz: A New Punch Art Subject
Use these printable scrabble letters for your own games, centers, and bulletin boards. Just print on card stock, laminate, cut and you're ready to ...
In the past I have used paper pieces to help children "build" their human figures. See here. This year I tried a similar process, except kids used pipe cleaners (which they bent to create elbows and knees) for arms and legs. I liked this a LOT better. In the past, some kids would neglect to use two paper pieces for arms/legs. Using the pipe cleaners took care of that problem (almost) totally
Fine Lines: 4th Grade
I did this with Middle School and they LOVED IT- My students did this kind of photo also but they had the person in the back holding on to another student as well. So there were three students. It was AWESOME!!
Art of Apex High School: Forced Perspective : Photography
glueing practice...all of my students need this!
Schools in Session: Beginning of Year Activities and Centers
Color It Like you MEAN it!: umbrella
Fru Billedkunst - NY ADRESSE - www.FruBilledkunst.dk: Op art
Clay slab cutout names are always a hit with my middle school kids. They design their name first and we use it as a pattern to cut the clay with a probe. With a limited budget, this uses little clay. Their second task is to design the word for glazing. We attach wire, etc. for hanging.
Make It... a Wonderful Life: More CD Weaving...
I like the idea of using cups for the cones. paper cones are hard to display!
The Calvert Canvas: Adventures in Middle School Art!
First, students removed strips of burlap on all sides to create fringe. To create a space to weave, students removed two strings of burlap. Then, they used plastic needles to weave their yarn (the weft) over and under the warp. I glued small dowel rods to the top of each student's weaving and the following class I showed them how to add a handle and fringe at the bottom as an option.