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Elementary art ideas


Elementary art ideas

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ARTipelago: Beautiful Banyan Trees! have this lesson- use oil pastels?

ARTipelago: Beautiful Banyan Trees!

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love these collaborative pieces!

shine brite zamorano: off to a hot start.

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We started these pictures out with a simple watercoloring and salting on the first day. Day two the kids sprayed water tinted with white tempra paint on their cardboard or brown paper strips. They used black colored pencil to the trees to add texture. Then glued them to their landscapes. Tree shadows were added with black colored pencil.

Drip, Drip, Splatter Splash: April 2013

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First Project Reveal!

The Learning Tree: First Project Reveal!

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themed guitars

Artwork published by Melina200

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3 more "Personalities" from Gattis Elementary

Artwork published by Students11

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watercolor spray - negative prints

Clay loom weaving

Fun!

milk jug mask - Awesome

This works really well for relief prints.

Van Gogh...each student makes a flower for the pot

Lots of great weaving ideas for different grade levels!

Aluminum foil & paper wrapped with yarns to make animals or any creature of your choice

print rubrics on sticky labels

clay ideas...love that she is so organized!

Power Standards | The Art of Ed

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Apex Elementary Art

Thomas Elementary Art: totem poles. for first grade, what a great way to display them!

Rawr

Mud cloth style art with paper bags and a sharpie.

Art Is...Elements & Principles of Design [Preview]

Cool Teacher Site

I needed a QUICK fill-in-the-gap lesson for my fourth graders, but I'd imagine this could be done from grades 2-5 and they'd all love it just the same! We used gray 9x12 paper and black sharpie to make the tangled lights and bulbs. We then used chalk and smeared it from the inside out to create the "glow". I love these!

Nice variation for the longest line project!