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Haring and Warhol mix :) Awesome middle school resource!!

Dali's Moustache: art show sneak peek

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dot painting

Pointillism

marker pointillism - still-life variation

sea horses from paper plates....

Bee and Beehive- Print with bubble wrap cut into a "hive" shape and, once dry, outline with a black marker.

Bee Crafts and Learning Activities for Kids

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ARTipelago: 5th grade

ARTipelago: 5th grade

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ARTipelago: 5th grade

ARTipelago: 5th grade

Zebra safari Africa 4th grade elementary art lesson animals collage printmaking drawing painting multi-media

Here's a drawing project that could be great for relaxation and expression, especially for teens!

Totally Easy Zentangle - Tiny Rotten Peanuts

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Dragons with piece of yarn - Love this - would be a great lesson for Shape and Pattern along with Asian art

Drip, Drip, Splatter Splash clay snails - love the pipe cleaner and joggle eyes elementary art education ceramics lessons snail kindergarten 1st grade

Drip, Drip, Splatter Splash

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Ceramic and Pottery Custom Made, Commission Work, Indoors Outdoors

Second grade geometric abstract paintings

K/1st: Fingerprint Hyacinths

Dali's Moustache: Kindergarten

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♥ Clay Elephants with textured trunks

JohnPost.US

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Eric Carle warm/cool butterfly

Georgetown Elementary Art Blog

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African Mask

Artwork published by IsabelleBella1

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African Masks

Visual i Plàstica | Cicle Superior

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Second grade geometric abstract paintings

Kinder Winter Landscapes, via Flickr.

Clay Cake Box by AirixAram on DeviantArt

Clay Cake Box by AirixAram on DeviantArt

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collage and layering...tissue paper for water ... ideas on what grade this would work for?

Angry bird pinch pots! This has been a great project because kids already have an idea of how to make them!