Art History Simplified then Explained
ESCHER Coloring Pages - I don't do colouring in lazy teaching in my classes but thought these might come in handy for tessellation/patterning or perhaps colour theory activities draw, craft, colour theory lessons, art math, teaching color theory, pattern art for kids, coloring, tessellation art, escher color
Let’s Draw ESCHER-STYLE -13 Coloring Pages | krokotak
High School Lesson Plan- Georgia O'Keeffe Watercolor
Frida Kahlo Biography
Winter Art - fabulous student art!
let me make you some giant paper flowers
I am doing this project next fall! Kids can never have enough practice with trees! Plus this involves mixing shades of gray for the background and midground. Going to have to figure out the logistics, however, waiting for the layers of paint to dry! They have done some wonderful projects at Lake Mills Community School in Iowa! idea, art lesson, atmospher perspect, forest, art projects middle school, paint, shade, fall art projects, fall kids
perspective, value, depth
If I were a snowman, at night I would...
I love this! I think I am doing this as my opener. All levels can contribute and see how something may start out as one thing and end up as something completely different. Oh the places this can go! art club, school, art lessons, group art projects, abstract art, kid art, collaborative art, group projects, kids art activities
Grade Six - Flower magnification project. We used tissue paper on pizza boxes!
Messiest thing Arthur has ever done. and he loved it! I just used paper; will do someday with canvas---Snowflake canvas art. Do a whole series of kid Christmas canvas art projects! Blue = snowflakes. Green = tree shape. Yellow = star. Red = wrapped present shape or ornament or holly. Kid art - just remove the masking tape when the paint dries (or before, works both ways). holiday, tape art, kid art, snowflak art, winter craft, art projects, christmas canvas, paint dri, masking tape
Cutest quick and easy craft to do with kids using recycled materials. And check out that cranky worm in the middle. Love him.
BLOG: 5th Grade Art with Mrs. Brown (This amazing art teacher includes PowerPoint tutorials with most of her projects.) Note: This is a running blog so you will have to scroll down to find this project.
Cute Christmas Activity -- Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer looking through the window collage
10 circles 5 lines: two rules: 1. use 10 circles 2. use 5 lines. They were able to use the circles however they wanted and were able to use any kind.