Sleepyhead Designs Studio: Snowman Lesson-Shaving Cream and Glue
Creating symmetrical snowflakes from common household items is a great way to combine learning and art!~ Buggy and Buddy
A gorgeous winter art activity with a child-directed process and a beautiful result too! How Wee Learn
Night Snow Owls : use pieces of cardboard dipped in white paint to make lines for tree branches
Student Art: A little lovely
Rockabye Butterfly: Creative Art for Kids!
The Year's Best Art Lessons
Use a small stamp for blossoms. ; Cut four notches into wine corks with a utility knife and it makes a nice flower stamp. I made the stamps over spring break, and had the 3rd graders do this around Mother's Day on black collage branches. Dip the stamp in pink, then white. I even got to use up the faded lavender paper!
a faithful attempt: Cherry Blossom Paintings
Folded Paper Japanese Kimonos. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk on "Teaching about the Incas." This kind of wonderful activity could also be done as an Inca project since the elaborate woven clothing Inca people wear even today could introduce kids to the meanings of cloth and symbolic patterns if Inca thought.
a faithful attempt: Folded Paper Kimonos