1st grade work

grade work- want to try with upper grade and use colored construction paper, have students cut out tree silhouette out of white paper to go on top.

Piet Mondrian (ARTventurous)

I have done many different Piet Mondrian inspired art activities. But this one is now my absolute favorite and so easy to do! These were all done by Kindergarten and Grade One Kinder: ruler with black crayons/ tracers, watercolor primary colors

Jim Dine inspired art project I did with my 1st grade class for Valentine's Day.

I came up with this project for my grade students. This art is inspired by the American pop artist, Jim Dine (b. We viewed a few examples of similar heart paintings of his, and then re…

This was a fun and easy lesson I did with my 1st grade class. I think that oil pastels are my new favorite material. I love the way they blend and mix together. I allowed the students to make their own types of backgrounds. Hint: WORK LIGHT TO DARK! I used yellow/orange pastel first and traced the inside left sides of the ovals on the left. Then I traced the inside right of the ovals on the right. Then I colored all the ovals orange. Finally I used a red/orange pasted and traced t...

Creative Art Lessons- Ol Pastel Pumpkin NB work light to dark and use a clean paper towel to blend all the oranges together

Mrs. Knight's Smartest Artists: Winter landscapes by 1st grade - one day project

I needed a quick winter themed artwork for a holiday card deadline and thank goodness for the great ideas at McLean Magnet ES found on Artsonia - I knew their landscapes would be a nice inspiration fo

Tiger Apple Twist: Summer Art Camp Eric Carle Seahorses

Tiger Apple Twist: Summer Art Camp Eric Carle Seahorses - peruse the rest of the posts for some fun ideas and themes.

Dali's Moustache: 1st grade  Zentangles for younger students

through grade - Zendoodles/Zentangles are the way to go! Relaxing and allows for a lot of student creativity.

ARTventurous: Piet Mondrian

I have done many different Piet Mondrian inspired art activities. But this one is now my absolute favorite and so easy to do! These were all done by Kindergarten and Grade One Kinder: ruler with black crayons/ tracers, watercolor primary colors

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