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Kathy's AngelNik Designs & Art Project Ideas, Henri Rousseau Tiger in the Jungle art project

Kathy's AngelNik Designs & Art Project Ideas

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Paper Plate Toucan Craft: (Just need 1 paper plate!)

Pink Stripey Socks: Paper Plate Toucan Craft

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Crazy faces made from cardboard, popsicle sticks, and pipe cleaners, colored with pastels and sharpies.

artrageousafternoon.blogspot.com: Art Camp Round Two

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Color It Like you MEAN it!: Colorful Chameleons

Color It Like you MEAN it!: Colorful Chameleons

criscoart.blogspot.com

Fall Tree Reflection Pastel Tutorial

Free Fall Art Lessons for All Ages - Hodgepodge

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Nadia's Hands by Karen English, Jonathan Weiner (Illustrator) - great book for mehndi design lesson

PAINTED PAPER: More Georgia O'Keefe Art.....

PAINTED PAPER: More Georgia O'Keefe Art.....

paintedpaperintheartroom.blogspot.com

ARTipelago: Seascapes homer

ARTipelago: Seascapes

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Art Projects for Kids: July 2010

Art Projects for Kids: July 2010

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In this project, students learned a new way to draw trees--the Y method. Then they painted leaves, sky, and land and used a monoprinting technique to make a reflection.

Artwork published by Madeline592

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printing

Art in the Big Green Room: 4th Grade Cityscape Reflections

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Self portraits as super heroes, with a literacy twist!

Peter Max-Style Ties

Peter Max-Style Ties - Lesson Plans - BLICK art materials

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easy perspective

How to Draw City Buildings | Art Projects for Kids

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Trees Colored Pencil Art Print 8 x 10 inches by roxy5235 on Etsy, $19.99

ABC School Art: Shields - (4th)

ABC School Art: Shields - (4th)

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Trace the shadow of your sculpture - foil figure

Kids Artists: grade 2 monochromatic painting

Kids Artists: grade 2

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These are beautiful!!! Students used 9 x 24" colored paper and three colors of tempera paint to make their backgrounds. We used mat board to spread the paint. I did have some metallic and neon paint that they used as well. They got to choose 3 colors and sprinkle the paint on the background before "pulling" the paint, making sure not to mix all the colors together.

Artwork published by Maurie2

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Jamestown Elementary Art Blog: 4th grade

Jamestown Elementary Art Blog: 4th grade

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Color It Like you MEAN it!

Color It Like you MEAN it!

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Zentangle Art: Easy Aluminum Foil Kids Project *saving this tutorial for later

Colorful Zentangle Art: Easy Aluminum Foil Kids Project

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