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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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springtime elementary art project | Arthur's Third Grade Art

Arthur's Third Grade Art

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Rousseau Jungle Bird

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hokusai art lesson for kids | ART with Mrs. Smith: The Great Wave

ART with Mrs. Smith: The Great Wave

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monochromatic value studies with tools -- can you believe these are 3rd grade??

Just about any age can get into this engaging (positive and negative shapes) project, and you can put a spin on things to connect with other learning areas – such as math!

Paper cutting with Matisse

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4th and 5th grade studied the art of Mehndi body tattoos. They traced their hands and used marker to "Zentangle" the spaces within the contour lines. Good lesson for teaching contour, value and space.

By my student Shelley, grade 4 (Donna Staten lesson)

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Wildcats Create!: 4th Grade "Busy Trees" - Trunks with Character Love the cut out tree with animal inside

Wildcats Create!: 4th Grade "Busy Trees" - Trunks with Character

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fish sculptures, grade 4

Camel lesson 4th grade and up markers, pastels, multi-cultural, animals Africa

Kamel foran tæppe ... og nyt lille forlag

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Artsonia Art Museum :: Artwork by Judy20

Artwork published by Judy20

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Leah, grade 4; Donna Staten lesson

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Sami, grade 4; Donna Staten lesson

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Recycled Monet. I've done artist studies with Monet in different ways, but I love the way these turn out. I use recycled calendar pictures. When these go in the artshow, I always get comments on these pieces. So, if you are looking for a project for Earth day, this is a great option. I let the faculty and parents know that I am in need of calendars, especially those depicting nature

Drip, Drip, Splatter Splash: Recycled Monet

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Japanese shoji screens are decorative as well as functional. Create a miniature shoji screen with symbols of this unique culture.

Simple Shoji Screen on crayola.com

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1st g artists looked at the still life paintings of Cezanne. talked about why artists draw still lives--to practice. discussed how artists draw still lives--by looking, observing & finding simple shapes. Each table had an old soup can full of 8 different art supplies--brushes, pencils, markers, etc. We then observed. Which object is tallest, shortest, widest, narrowest? What shapes can we find in the pencil? We talked about overlapping. We used lots triangles, rectangles & ovals to draw these.

The Art Room: First Grade Still lives

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Artsonia Art Museum :: Artwork by Emma16474

Artwork published by Emma16474

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