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Coloring Father's day super héro

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first grade watercolor birds...I did this as a directed drawing lesson for one of those "Original Works" fund raisers...they turned out BEAUTIFUL and everyone had something worthy of ordering!

First Grade Watercolor Birds

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Picasso's flower bouquet art lesson - a great spring project!

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Pipecleaner Crafts for Kids : Arts and Crafts Activities with Pipe Cleaners & Chenille Stems for Children & Preschoolers

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Beautiful art projects inspired by Eric Carle books

Inspired by the Wonderful World of Eric Carle Books -

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How adorable. Simple ARTventurous: Easter Bunny drawing and painting project for children. #easterbunny #art

ARTventurous: Easter Bunny

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Tons of Valentine's Day Heart- Shaped Animal Crafts For Kids #Heart valentine art projects (Cat, Dog, Butterfly, Fish, Elephant, Monkey, & more!) | www.sassydealz.co...

List of Easy Valentine's Day Crafts for Kids - Crafty Morning

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Monet Craft for Kids using your fingers, tempera paint, and masking tape...I love the idea of letting kids paint with their fingers, and appreciate the link to the original work of art included here. I also like the step by step directions, and the biography of the artist. What else could I possibly need?

Claude Monet Craft

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Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Valentine's Day!

Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Valentine's Day!

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Valentines Day Elephant Craft For Kids #Purple and pink #Construction Paper art project #valentines card idea | CraftyMorning.com

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List of Easy Valentine's Day Crafts for Kids - Sassy Dealz

List of Easy Valentine's Day Crafts for Kids - Sassy Dealz

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Kindergarten/ first grade portfolio cover idea

Panther's Palette: Kindergarten: "Lines That Wiggle"

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Inspired by the book Old Bear by Kevin Henkes, kids create a background of leaf prints and then add their painted bear. Great Fall or winter art and craft project for kids.

Old Bear: Leaf Print and Bear Painting

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This would be fun for Bear Snores On

WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE ART ROOM??: 1st GRADE--Mondrian Bears

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Brown bear, brown bear what do you see? art project to go with literature.

Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See? Art Project

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Leaf Prints

Printing leaves on fabric

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Mother's Day: After reading a short story about the life of Pablo Picasso, students created simple paintings inspired by his work. They kept the hands in a basic outline and added only minimal detail, similar to his painting titled "Hand with Flowers".

1st Grade Art with Mrs. Brown

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Students read the book "Elmer the Elephant" Students got a chance to create their own Elmer inspired elephant using tissue paper and glue. The used collaging techniques to stick the tissue paper to a large piece of white paper. Then they drew their own elephant and cut it out. They added a few details like eyes and ears.

1st Grade Art with Mrs. Brown

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Continuing with our discussion about trees, we created oil pastel and watercolor paintings by drawing the letter "Y" as the branches of the fall tree to create the effect of a tree without its leaves.

1st Grade Art with Mrs. Brown

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For this project students drew a small portrait of every person in their class. We then exchanged portraits so every student got 24 pictures of themselves back, all drawn by a different classmate. The above example is a collage of the pictures given to me by a class of Kindergarten students.

Kindergarten Art with Mrs. Brown

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Students used clay for the first time to create small clay pinch pots. They started with a ball of clay and made a hole using their thumb. Then they pinched around the outside edge to shape their pot. After they were dried (use self drying clay) students painted them with tempera cakes.

Kindergarten Art with Mrs. Brown

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Students created hand puppets made from legal envelopes and cut pieces of paper. They reviewed the names of geometric shapes and used those shapes to create the puppets. At the end they added detail to their puppet with crayon or marker.

Kindergarten Art with Mrs. Brown

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Students traced the outline of their hand with oil pastel. They then reviewed the three primary colors and used those colors to paint the shapes inside their hand. They chose their "favorite" secondary color to paint the background. this project helps the students to practice their fine motor skills, and experiment more with paint.

Kindergarten Art with Mrs. Brown

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Students reviewed the word "collage" and what it meant before beginning their talk about their new project, creating an Owl Collage. They learned the word "nocturnal" and discussed why we might make our collages on a black paper background. We then drew the outline of an owl and began filling in the area with torn paper to create the owls body. After we completed that we added details like the eyes and beak. This project gave the students more practice with ripping, cutting, and gluing.

Kindergarten Art with Mrs. Brown

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Kindergarten Self Portraits! How cute are these? Trace an oval template, draw in their eyes, neck and shoulders and then embark on a painting adventure. They paint their faces and necks first, their tops next and backgrounds last. Set aside to dry. Next class, paint eyes, nose and mouth. Add hair and voila! A beautiful self portrait!

Kindergarten Self-Portraits

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