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First graders compared the work of two famous artists, Piet Mondrian and Romero Britto. They are similar because their art both has bold lines and colors. However, first gradres concluded that Britto's art is easier to understand and not as abstract as Mondrian's. Britto also has a lot of pattern in his work! First graders used both artists as inspiration to create their works of art.

The Elementary Art Room!: First Grade Art

3rd Grade - Degas


elements of art

One-point #perspective #tree #drawing by Isabella, grade 4, Prospect School #art4literacy #watercolor #arted

Artsonia Art Exhibit :: 4TH One-Point Perspective Trees '13-'14

Artwork published by Jordan, grade 2, Gattis Elementary School "Monet & Impressionism" Exhibit #art4literacy

Artsonia Art Exhibit :: Monet & Impressionism- Grade 2

Mosaic (grades 3-5) - Impressive Gallery of Work...done on kraft paper with black drawing and filled in with left over paint chips (Fresh Artists - Hancock school?)

Great tips for teaching children to observe and learn about the natural world...

The Art of Observation - Playful Learning

quick way to teach value. experiment with this. try chuck close fingerprint project with mh class.

Printmaking cityscapes...our favorite art enrichment activity! Orange, yellow, and red watercolor adds a sunset backdrop. Then make the cityscape imprint in the foam using the end of the paintbrush and cut it out. Use a hard rubber brayer to apply black ink to the foam cityscape, and then transfer to the paper with the sunset!

Image of the family: Parents weave hopes and dreams written on a ribbon- could do this for welcome meetings, visitor day, Mom's tea, Donuts with dad- etc.

Wonders of Learning: The Beautiful Stuff Project - the children collected thing which they thought were beautiful and together created a 'beautiful stuff alphabet'

Wonders of Learning: The Beautiful Stuff Project

Alphabet made of twigs on wooden blocks. (just an image, no further info). Cute way to learn letters.

Fairy Dust Teaching Kindergarten Blog: Reggio Emilia: Color. These tree stump holders are so cute.

Fairy Dust Teaching Kindergarten Blog: Reggio Emilia: Color

Awesome kid-made designs and art with loose rocks and other small items

A week's glance in photos - Mid-Pacific Institute

Totem Poles from paper towel tube. Use Nature of Arts non-toxic paint for kids for this fun project!